Give us a call on 0191 264 5848 or email us at email@example.com and ask! It could be as soon as tomorrow if we’re not too busy.
No, you don’t. You should have at least studied the Highway Code (available from us for £2.50) but you don’t need to pass the Theory Test.
You are welcome to get it done before you start if you like but there is no need to. However, if you are wanting to pass your Practical Test within a short space of time then it might be a good idea to get your Theory Test out of the way sooner rather than later. We usually have pre-booked Theory Tests available for you or you can book your own at gov.uk.
We start at 9:00 am. Don’t be late and don’t forget your Driving Licence!
Generally the first session of the day is at 8:00 or 8:30 but it can sometimes be as early as 7:00 am, depending on what else is lined up for that day.
The last session of the day is usually 3:00 or 3:30 but sometimes as late as 4:00 pm, again depending on how it fits in.
We don’t normally work evenings but we do work on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Practical Test is split into two modules. Module One primarily tests your machine handling skills around cones on a closed tarmac site. Module Two is out on the road, much like a car test except with the examiner following and giving directions over a one-way radio (which is the same way we will be training you).
If you sign up for one of our courses you will be well prepared for both modules before you go for them.
Yes, we can send you a Gift Voucher in the post or you can come and pick one up from the office ((please phone first though to check someone is here).
We do personalised gift cards stating what has been bought. It can be anything from a day of CBT through to a complete package of training and tests, or anything in between – whatever suits your budget.
Remember we also do advanced training for experienced riders, or we can do something as simple as a one-hour try-out for a complete beginner just wanting a taster session. One lucky lady even got a voucher for a pillion ride out into the countryside!