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Eightball68

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Eightball68 says:

After passing Mod 1

Hi

I have a CBR 900RR but have not yet passed my test.

I know I've done this the wrong way round but had the money, saw it and bought it..

I was wondering, if I passed my Mod 1 could I restrict the bike and ride it til I decide (and get the funds ) to go for my Mod 2?

 

Thanks

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zanderh

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zanderh says:

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No.


At least, I don't think so. After your CBT the maximum you can ride is a 125cc on L plates.

Doing your Mod 1 won't change your license at all, so you'll still be restricted to a 125cc on L plates until you pass your Mod 2 as well (on the same CC bike as Mod 1).

How old are you? Insurance on a (restricted) CBR 900RR for a first-timer will be astronomical, if at all possible!

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Eightball68

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Eightball68 says:

After passing Mod 1.

Thanks for your reply Zander. I guess I will just have to keep it locked up til I do my Mod 2. I am 45 years young by the way.

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zanderh

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zanderh says:

Sorry!

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news!

Advantage of being post 21 is that when you do your Mod 1 & 2 (so long as you do it on a 500cc bike - unless the upper limit has changed with the latest laws) you'll be unrestricted, so no need to get a restrictor kit fitted!

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