Yes, if you have a full car licence you can ride a 125cc scooter or motorbike. However, you must take and pass your compulsory basic training (CBT) before riding on the road.
Can I ride a 50cc with a full car Licence?
You can ride a moped (up to 50cc) without L plates and without taking the moped test in some situations.
Can I carry a passenger on a moped with a full car Licence?
If you have a full car licence which was obtained before the 1st February 2001 then you automatically have a full moped licence. This means you can ride a moped without any prior training, nor will you have to display L-plates plus you are able to take passengers.
Can I drive a 125cc motorbike on a car Licence in Ireland?
As stated above, if you have a full car driving licence you can ride a motorcycle up to 125cc, but you need to have completed your CBT first. This is just a day long course that begins with basic motorbike training in a car park and then finishes with you riding the motorbike yourself out on the road.
Can I drive motorbike on car Licence in Ireland?
Licences: You must hold a current driving licence or learner permit to ride a motorcycle or moped. Certificate of Satisfactory completion: Having completed a course of Initial Basic Training (IBT) you must carry your valid Certificate of Satisfactory completion at all times when riding on your Learner Permit.
How fast is 50cc in mph?
Typically, a 50cc moped is going to have a top speed of 30 miles per hour. At 30mph, you are going to be driving more than fast enough for most local trips.
Can I carry a passenger on a 50cc moped?
You must display L-plates, cannot carry passengers or go on motorways. This entitlement lasts for 2 years. … The advantages over just passing a CBT course alone, are that you can ride any Moped (up to 50cc) without L-plates and you may carry a pillion passenger.
Can I take a passenger on a 125cc moped?
Once you have passed your Practical Test, you will have a licence to ride any machine of up to 125cc, so long as it’s power is restricted to 11kW, without L-plates and you may carry a pillion passenger.
Can I ride a 125 without L plates?
You can ride a moped (max 50cc) without L plates. If you want to ride a motorcycle over 50cc and up to 125cc, you will need to take CBT. Once you have a valid CBT certificate, you can ride a 125cc with L plates.
Can you ride with a passenger on a moped?
You can ride a moped with no L-plate and, yes, you can take a passenger on it. … If you don’t have a car licence, just a provisional and a CBT, sorry, you’re stuck with L-plates and no passengers unless you’re one of the tiny number to take on and pass their full-on moped theory and practical tests.
How fast is 125cc?
What’s the top speed of a 125cc bike? These nifty little bikes will comfortably reach a speed of 60mph (96kph). Providing the rider has an appropriate motorcycle licence, a 125cc bike can be driven on the motorway.
How much does it cost to insure a 125cc motorbike?
Cheap 125cc motorbike insurance is usually easier to find because they’re less powerful than most bikes, but if you’re a young rider you might find your premiums are more expensive. As an average, you can expect to pay at least £465 per year for an annual policy on your 125cc.
What Licence do I need to drive a 125?
A1 licence (allowing you to ride a 125cc bike) if you are 17 or over. A2 licence (limiting you to a bike up to 35kw) if you are 19 and over.
Can I drive a Honda 50 on a car Licence?
NSC50 – Vision 50
The 50cc Vision 50 is a low running cost model, that’s easy to use and run. A big plus to this model is you can drive it on your general car licence, meaning no extra IBT lessons needed.
How long does a CBT last on a full car Licence?
The certificate is valid for two years, in which time you will need to pass your full test or take CBT again. The CBT is one of the first legal steps, and must by law be taken by any new rider before they get on the road using “L” plates.
Do I need to do a bike theory test if I have a car Licence?
Yes, you must pass a motorcycle theory test before taking the motorcycle practical test, irrespective of whether you have a full driving licence or not.