Can I drive a moped on a car license?

Can you drive a moped on a full car licence?

If you have a full car licence issued before 1st February 2001 you may ride a restricted 50cc moped on the road without L plates (and carry a passenger), but you still need to pass your CBT test to ride any motorcycle over 50cc.

Can a car driver ride a moped?

You can ride a moped (up to 50cc) without L plates and without taking the moped test in some situations.

What licence do I need for a 50cc moped?

With provisional motorbike licence entitlement you can: Ride a moped or scooter up to 50cc if you’re aged 16+ as long as you’ve completed your CBT, display L plates and have insurance. Ride a motorcycle up to 125cc if you’re aged 17+. Again, you’ll need CBT, L plates and insurance.

What roads Can you ride a 50cc moped on?

You will be happy to know that with a 50cc moped you can drive almost anywhere. The basic rule is to check out your journey. If anywhere appears to have a minimum speed of above 30mph, you are in a safe place.

Can I carry a passenger on a 50cc moped?

If you’re 16, then the simple answer is you can only ride a 50cc moped, restricted to 28 Mph. … You don’t need to take a CBT as technically you can already ride a 50cc moped without L plates and carry a passenger.

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What CC is a 47 bhp motorcycle?

Honda CBR500R, £6149

It succeeds on all counts. As a full, 471cc, 47bhp, parallel twin it’s substantial yet in no way intimidating. The chassis is nimble, manageable and comfortable.