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Anyone got a scooter/Moped?

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Does anyone have a scooter 50cc or below?

If so who are you insured with?
Any ideas on rough Tax amount and Insurance?
Thanks.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Yeah all sorted now.
Thanks dude.
1 Like #2
Try Rampdale.
#3
go compare,even if your planning to drive on car license b4 2001 april as thats what it sounds like,
you should do cbt and get a 125 ,50cc will be a drag and dangerous,unless your 16 or younger?
or get it unrestricted if you allready got one

Edited By: JACKIT99 on Mar 24, 2011 17:11
#4
im with swinton, 50cc gilera here
#5
jackvdbuk
im with swinton, 50cc gilera here
nice ,i like gileras,get a malossi kit 8)
#6
nah mate, insurance runs out in april, would rather get a bigger bike say 300-500 when i get a job :)
#7
I've just done my cbt. I have a provisional licence and I'm 27- does that mean I can legally drive over a 50cc? Ie: a 125? X
#8
yeah anything upto a 125, i would suggest a 125 as i feel although i can do 50 it really does feel a bit sluggish.
banned#9
if you did your CBT on a scooter you can only ride a scooter.
banned#10
oh and insure through devitt http://www.devittinsurance.com they are brokers and will find the cheapest price for you. Plus you can get £40 quidco with them at the moment :)
banned 1 Like #12
lumoruk
if you did your CBT on a scooter you can only ride a scooter.

Thats wrong.. You can ride automatic or manual bikes on CBT.. It doesn't matter what you did it on.
banned#13
kcnw9
lumoruk
if you did your CBT on a scooter you can only ride a scooter.

Thats wrong.. You can ride automatic or manual bikes on CBT.. It doesn't matter what you did it on.


back that up and I'll believe you, for now we'll use the directgov website

"When you complete a CBT course you’ll be given a certificate of completion – sometimes called a DL196.

"The certificate will record whether your CBT was completed on:

a moped or motorcycle
a motorcycle-sidecar combination or a moped that has more than two wheels

This will confirm your rights accordingly.
"
http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Motoring/LearnerAndNewDrivers/RidingMotorcyclesAndMopeds/DG_4022430

If what you say was true why bother putting motorcycle on the CBT. On the day a woman was doing it on a scooter because she couldn't complete it on a motorcycle (dumb woman).


Edited By: lumoruk on Mar 25, 2011 14:44
banned#14
Your CBT confirms you have basic skills to ride a bike powered up to 50cc at 16 and 125cc and 17+.

Any training place will tell you the same.. I've never been told otherwise by an instructor and many websites of motorcycle training companies say the same thing.
#15
May aswell do direct access as you've now done ya cbt and 27,go and get it done and get a quick bike
also to confirm u can ride any 125cc bike with upto 3 wheels (max bph 33)
and u have to display l plates for 2 years

Edited By: JACKIT99 on Mar 25, 2011 18:07
#16
jackvdbuk
nah mate, insurance runs out in april, would rather get a bigger bike say 300-500 when i get a job :)
nice ,im getting an old goldwing 1200 when i've done my dsa

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