What do I need to ride a moped on the road?
First, you have to complete your CBT. You then have to pass the Motorcycle Theory Test and undertake training and a Practical Test on a machine up to 50cc. The advantages over just passing a CBT course alone, are that you can ride any Moped (up to 50cc) without L-plates and you may carry a pillion passenger.
Can you drive a moped on the road?
Yes, you can ride on A Roads as long as you are riding in accordance with the terms of your licence, you are insured against third party risks, your moped is roadworthy, has a valid and in-date tax disc illustrating that you have paid your Vehicle Excise Duty and a valid MOT.
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 a 50cc go on a roads?
A 50cc moped is realistically the least powerful vehicle allowed on public roads. There are restrictions on where they’re allowed to ride. For example, you can’t use a moped on A-roads or motorways because of their low top speed.
Do you need a license to drive a moped UK?
To ride a motorcycle or moped on the road, you must:
Be at least 17 years old (16 for a moped – speed range of 25 km/h to 45 km/h) Have completed compulsory basic training (CBT) Have a provisional Category A driving licence.