Module 2 is part of the route for you to obtain your motorcycle license. It is the 4th and final stage. Module 2 will take approx 35-40 minutes to complete.
You must take your module one pass certificate to module two, along with all the documents you had to take to the module one test.
This test includes an eyesight test, safety questions, pillion passenger questions, the road riding element and the independent riding element.
It will start with the Examiner checking your documents and kitting you out with his radios and completing your eyesight test, checking your bike and asking you your safety questions and pillion passenger questions. He will then explain what you need to do and get going. You will ride in a variety of road and traffic conditions. You will be asked to carry out: normal stops, an angle start (pulling out from behind a parked vehicle) a hill start (where possible)
Your riding test will include around ten minutes of independent riding. This is designed to assess your ability to ride safely while making decisions independently.
They will normally follow you on a motorcycle, but sometimes in a car.
At the end of module two, the examiner will give you the result and feedback. If you pass, the examiner will explain to you how to change your provisional licence into a full licence.
You can make up to ten rider faults and still pass module two. If you make 11 or more rider faults, you won’t pass the module.
If you make one serious or dangerous fault, you won’t pass module two.
a dangerous fault – involves actual danger to you, the examiner, the public or property
a serious fault – could potentially be dangerous
a rider fault – not potentially dangerous, but if you make the same fault throughout your test it could become a serious fault
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