If you’re 24 years old or above (or have held a full A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years), and want the most direct route to a full motorcycle  licence which will instantly open the door to the limitless choice of bikes available on the market you need look no further than the Direct Access Scheme (DAS).

Often referred to as the ‘Big-Bike Licence’, successful candidates will have completed around 21hrs Post-CBT training during which time they will have acquired the necessary riding and road-craft skills to allow them to safely progress from a 125cc machine to one of around 650cc.

Indeed, it is the defining nature of the Direct Access Scheme that (for those who are 24yrs and above, or have held a full A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years) the final tests must be undertaken on a motorcycle which is at least 595cc and is producing a minimum power output of 40kW.

As with all other full-licence options, a Theory Test pass certificate must be obtained before the Module 1 & 2 Practical Motorcycle Tests can be attempted, unless you have held an A2 or A1 licence for a minimum of 2 years. Success on a manual machine will give rise to a full Category A entitlement comprising both  manual and automatic whereas success on an automatic, although allowing access to equally powerful machines, will restrict the holder to automatics only.

We offer a number of package options(including a payment schedule or finance) or pay as you go option for all levels of training.

So why wait? Call us today on 0131 478 6661 option 4.

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