Full Motorcycle Training Offered by One Stop Instruction

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One Stop Instruction offers full motorcycle training, and the program is an affordable, complete option for those who want to learn how to drive a motorcycle and obtain a license in a reasonable length of time. To enroll in a motorcycle training course of this kind, you must hold a current UK driver’s license and be 24 years of age or older. A full or provisional license is acceptable, and you also qualify if you hold an EU license. The only exception is if you have held a full A2 motorcycle license for two years or longer. The instruction you receive at One Stop also prepares you to qualify for a motorcycle license that does not have any restrictions. Upon completion of the course, as well as your successful completion of the DAS exam, you can operate your motorcycle and carry passengers on London roadways.

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The Direct Access Scheme test must be completed on a motorcycle or scooter with a minimum output of 40w and which operates at a minimum of 595cc. Satisfactorily completing the test on a scooter or manual bike qualifies you to operate either an automatic or manual motorcycle. Prior to your enrollment in the course, you must have already completed your basic training at a satisfactory level. If you have never before ridden a motorcycle, you can familiarize yourself with a basic manual bike by enrolling in the beginners’ 1-2-1 session.

Prior to enrolling in the DAS motorcycle course you must also obtain a passing grade on the motorcycle theory examination. When this is accomplished, a certificate number will be assigned to you, and this must be presented prior to enrolling in the practical motorcycle training course. The courses offered by Direct Access Scheme are London-based, and various options are provided, such as a two, three or five day session. The appropriate course length depends on several factors, such as your daily schedule and your past experience with motorcycles. To ensure a convenient time can be found, courses are provided Monday through Friday, as well as on weekends. Full Motorcycle training courses for beginners typically last three days, and at the pass rate for these courses is quite high.