Thinking about getting on two wheels? The final part of the process is the Module Two test.

GET ON 2 WHEELS Part Four Module Two Test

WHAT’S INVOLVED?

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During your Module Two test you’ll be judged on your ability to ride safely on the road, in accordance with the Highway Code – and it’ll take around an hour to complete.

The test is broken down into four separate segments, which are;

  • An eyesight check
  • ‘Show me, tell me’ vehicle safety questions
  • Road riding
  • Independent riding

Right, let’s get into specifics.

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For the eyesight check you’ll be expected to read a number plate from a distance of 20.5 metres – and you’ll fail your test if you fail the eyesight check – and for the ‘show me, tell me’ part of the test, you’ll be asked a couple of questions relating to vehicle safety which test that you know how to carry out basic safety checks.

GET ON 2 WHEELS Part Four Module Two Test

Now it’s time to get out on the road. Your examiner will hook you up with a one-way communication system so they can give you directions – and away you go. Throughout the duration of the test, you’ll be asked to carry out normal stops, an angle start (pulling out from behind a parked vehicle) and a hill start (where possible).

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