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    The information contained herein is, to the best of our knowledge complete and accurate on the date of issue however we cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions.Irish motorbike licences DRIVING LICENCES FOR MOTORCYCLES REGULATIONS From 1 December 2007 motorcyclists on a learner permit (provisional licence) have had to wear a yellow, fourescent tabard (not a vest or jacket) with regulation sized L plates showing both back and front.. This applies to all learner permits\ provisional licences regardless of date of issue. The requirement is that a person with a learner permit (provisional licence)…
This means that if you are sitting your motorcycle test for categories A1, A2 or A on or after the 30th November 2013, the changes below will apply to you. These changes are related to the motorcycle being presented at the rsa test centre. The following are the changes which will be in effect from that date: A 5 cc tolerance on the cylinder capacity (cc) for all motorcycle categories presented at the driving test centre. The Driver Testing Service provided for this tolerance to be incorporated in the changes to representative vehicles for the driving test introduced on the…
Saturday, 17 October 2015 00:00

The Theory Test

What you need to know about this key knowledge test for learner drivers. There are also theory tests for RSA approved driving instructors and professional drivers (CPC).     Driver theory test The learner driver theory test was introduced in 2001. By law, before applying for a learner permit, candidates must complete and pass a test of their general road safety knowledge and motoring legislation. It applies to anyone applying for a first learner permit in any vehicle category. The test is designed to check knowledge of topics such as: Rules of the Road Risk perception Eco-driving Hazard awareness Good driving behaviour…
Saturday, 17 October 2015 00:00

Getting on the Road

So you want to ride a motorcycle, and you are not sure where to start? The basic steps are Do the driver theory test ( Get your Learner Permit ( Do your Initial Basic Training with an approved instructor (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Sit the practical test ( Minimum Age:There are legal restrictions on what types of vehicle you can drive at what age. Licence Category Description of category from 19 January 2013 Minimum Age   Mopeds and three wheeled vehicles with maximum design speed greater than 25km/h but not greater than 45km/h as well as light quadricycles. 16 years   Motorcycles with an engine…


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