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Old 07-07-2014, 07:48 AM
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Default jenbec................ trike licence

Back in the beginning of june i did and passed my motorcycle theory test.
then last Tuesday i did and passed my mod1.
Now on next friday i do my mod2 test.
all this im doin on my trike as i cant ride 2 wheels.
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Have you not done your car test then, first time I've heard of some one doing a bike test to ride a trike but theres always a first for everything.
If you did not do your car test how did they test you for a trike, did they just test you like a bike test but how does that work for your driving licence does it stipulate to drive trike's only.
very curious to find out more
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No I don't have any kind of licence. But I'm registered disabled withDVLA. THEY ALLOW PEOPLE LIKE ME,who can'tride 2 wheels,to use my trike.
I do a mod1 and mod2 just the same but with a few amendments to some of the rules.
But. When I pass I'm only allowed to ride a trike.
I couldn't ride a bike if I wanted to.
I've already done my theory and mod1.passed.
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Have you not done your car test then, first time I've heard of some one doing a bike test to ride a trike but theres always a first for everything.
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The rules for trikes changed on January 19th 2013 for new riders - now they have to pass a motorcycle test rather than a car test to ride all but very large trikes. The rules change so fast that very few can keep up with them!

Best place to go for all matters about trike law is the Trike Shop's page, they are also very helpful if you email them about anything you don't understand!

http://www.trikeshop.co.uk/trike_law.htm
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