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    Hi all,

    Just a quick one for you, Im looking at getting a 125 scooter to commute to work...can I use one of these on a provisional license?

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    Default Re: Quick scooter question

    not sure ,you have to take the cbt though ,about £110 £140 including scooter days course last 2 years

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    Default Re: Quick scooter question

    Quote Originally Posted by petedalad View Post
    Quick scooter question
    Is there such a thing as a quick scooter?

    Yes, you can ride one on a provisional license (with L plates) once you have successfully completed the CBT course.
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    Just for info my son has just retaken his CBT and it cost £88 all in using their bike etc.
    It was near Costco by the car wash

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    Default Re: Quick scooter question

    in northen ireland you can just bounce on one all you need is your prov license insurnce and mot
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    Default Re: Quick scooter question

    Quote Originally Posted by Pegasus View Post
    Is there such a thing as a quick scooter?

    Yes, you can ride one on a provisional license (with L plates) once you have successfully completed the CBT course.
    ah cheers mate, I was under the impression you could only ride a 50cc moped with a provisional

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    Default Re: Quick scooter question

    think its 50cc moped on provisional. 50-125cc bike/scooter with L plates. I have a Aprillia RS125(de restricted) but my L plates keep falling off. A very quick bike for a 125. Sticks like shit to a blanket. its gotta be summot like under 12bhp before doing your bike test.

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