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Old Kings Cross Road, Dundee, Dundee, DD3 6AB
Approx. distance: 16.1 miles
Mitchelson Industrial Estate, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY1 3WE
Approx. distance: 40 miles
Balgownie Road, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB22 8LX
Approx. distance: 45.1 miles
Lower Bodachra, Dyce, Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, AB217AP
Approx. distance: 45.6 miles
Unit 2B, Old Campbell house, Alva, Clackmannanshire, FK12 5DQ
Approx. distance: 50.6 miles
40/2 Seafield Road East, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH15 1ED
Approx. distance: 51.7 miles
36 Peffermill Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH16 5LL
Approx. distance: 53.9 miles
553 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH11 3XX
Approx. distance: 54.8 miles
208 Grahams Road, Falkirk, Falkirk, FK2 7BX
Approx. distance: 58.4 miles
Unit 9, Centrex House, Simpson Place, Kirkton Campus, Livingston, West Lothian, EH54 7FN
Approx. distance: 61.6 miles
Have you been looking to book a CBT test in Angus? Then Book CBT Now is the place you need to be. We are a highly-experienced team who have sourced some of the best companies for CBT tests for over 19 years and can ensure that you are always working with qualified professionals who can help with all of your training and tests. We are happy to suggest various other companies across Angus for your test or in the surrounding areas of Forfar, Kirriemuir and Brechin.
Your safety is always our number one priority, that is why we can ensure that all of the companies supplied for CBT training in Angus are highly-skilled and qualified to deliver extensive training for clients across the area. You can be sure that you will be able to receive a reliable course that will give you the confidence to ride on the road safely. Our main aim is to reduce the risk of motorcycle/ moped accidents, improve rider training and give people of all ages the best knowledge of controls, steering and more. To find out more about CBT training in Angus, simply visit our help page and we can give detailed information to assist you and your needs.
Over the years we have worked hard to ensure that all of our clients find the perfect team of experts for CBT training in Angus, we also have many different companies across Angus. If you are not sure if you area is covered, simply check our areas covered page and find the best company near you. We can ensure that all of the companies available will easily suit your needs and budget.
A CBT test can normally be completed in a day, but may take longer if you need more time to master the control of the motorcycle or moped. If you have done a CBT already and this is your second or third time then you should have no problem completing it in a day.
If you do not complete your CBT to the instructors satisfaction then you will be asked to come back on another day for additional training. If this happens do not be alarmed or upset, some people take longer to master control of a two wheeled vehicle than others, but we all get there in the end. The most important thing to remember is its for your safety. Your instructor will be thinking of your safety if they ask you to come back for additional training.
A CBT test consists of 5 elements labelled A to E. You will do these 5 elements in order throughout the day.
The DVSA have produced an excellent short video showing you the elements of a CBT. Here is the video and below it is the description of each of the elements.
Element A comprises of talk about clothing, safety helmet and equipment. This is also when your licence and eyesight will be checked and the aims of the course outlined. Make sure to bring your glasses or contact lenses if you wear
them as you will need to read a registration plate at a distance of 20 metres. You will also learn:
Element B introduces you to the machine and its controls and includes:
Element C is the main part of the course and takes place on an approved training site (CBT pad). This is when you will learn to:
Element D is a return to the class room prior to going out on the road. You will get a full briefing explaining:
Element E is where you put all the above into practise by riding on the road. You will go out on the road with an instructor two at a time with a radio link. You must do at least two hours of road tuition, which must include doing
a U-turn and emergency stop. At the outset the instructor will give plenty of guidance and help, but towards the end of the time on the road the instructor will be looking to see if you can get safely from one place to another without hurting
yourself or anybody else.
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