Can I ride a moped on a full car Licence?

What moped can I ride 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.

Do you need a CBT with a full car licence?

You do not need to take a CBT course or take the full moped test. You must take CBT if you want to ride anything larger than a 50cc moped.

Can you ride a 49cc scooter on a car licence?

If you passed a car test before February 2001 you can legally ride a 49cc moped with a passenger. You don’t need L-plates. You must also display L – plates. …

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.

What size scooter can I ride on a car Licence?

If you have a full car licence, you can ride a motorcycle or scooter up to 125cc but you have to take your Compulsory Basic Training first. This is a day-long course that starts in a car park and ends up with you out on the road on a motorcycle or scooter.

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Can I ride a 50cc moped on a provisional Licence?

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 happens if you ride a moped without a CBT?

If you passed your driving test before 1 February 2001 you can legally ride a moped (up to 50cc) with no L plates, without taking a CBT course or the full moped test. … Anyone who passed their driving test after 1 February 2001 will have to complete their CBT before being able to legally ride a moped or motorbike.

Can I ride a moped on my car insurance?

Yes. As with motorcycles, your moped or scooter must be insured for you to ride it on UK roads. Having insurance protects you from liability if you’re involved in an accident, damage property or vehicles or injure someone.

Is a 50cc motorbike classed as a moped?

50cc – Mopeds

Fun fact – The terms moped and scooter are interchanged a lot, but only a bike with a 50cc sized engine or less is technically a Moped. … If it has an engine size above 50cc it is classed as a scooter.