|Type of Licence||Apply Online||Apply by Post|
|Upgrade to Full||NA||Free|
Test and Training Fees
|CBT||£100.00 to £150.00 approx * see notes|
|Theory test||£25.00 (Same on Saturdays and weekday evenings)|
|Practical test – Module 1||£15.50 (Same on Saturdays and weekday evenings)|
|Practical test – Module 2||£75.00 (£88.50 on Saturdays and weekday evenings)|
Notes – The cost of compulsory basic training (CBT) varies between schools, be sure to check which of the following are included
- Motorcycle Hire
- Insurance with collision damage waiver
- CBT certificate
All our featured instructors will be happy to answer any questions you may have.Find a Training School
Further motorcycling costs include:
You can buy a used 125cc bike for about £250 but make sure it has an MOT if it’s 3 years old or more, (and for £250 it will be!).
If you’re thinking of buying a used motorcycle it would be sensible to have it checked out by mymotorcyclecheck.com. You get an immediate online vehicle data check which includes stolen/police interest, write off/accident damage, scrapped by the DVLA, plate transfers, former keepers, full VIN/chassis check, make and model, engine number and size, colour and colour changes, imported or exported and date first registered. Checks start at only £4.95.
A new crash helmet can cost from £40 to £500. Jacket £80+. Boots £40+. Gloves £10 to £100. You can get them cheaper second hand but we would advise that you buy at least the crash helmet new.
This depends on your age, the size of the bike and the area where you live.
The cost of insurance can vary massively between insurance companies, the quickest way to compare lots of quotes is to use a comparison site.
On a 125cc bike you can travel about 15 miles for £1.
Road Tax (Vehicle Excise Duty)
|Not over 150cc||£17 p.a.|
|151cc up to 400cc||£38 p.a.|
|401cc up to 600cc||£59 p.a. – £32.45 for 6 months|
|Over 600cc||£81 p.a. – £44.55 for 6 months|