Module two of the test will take about 40 minutes to complete. This will consist of the eyesight test, vehicle safety and balance questions, and the road riding element, including the new ndependent riding. The test will include normal stops, hill and angle starts with all directions being given through a radio. The examiner will usually follow you on their motorcycle.
What documents do I need to take for the Module Two Practical Riding Test?
You must make sure that you bring the correct documentation with you on the day of your test, otherwise your test may be cancelled and you may lose your fee.
- Your Theory Test pass certificate (or confirmation) if you are not exempt
- Both parts of your photo card licence
- Your compulsory basic training certificate to both modules
- Your module one test pass certificate
Vehicle safety and balance questions in the Module Two Practical Riding Test
As part of your module two motorcycle practical test you will be asked a vehicle safety and balance question. You can download a list of all the safety and balance questions you could be asked by the examiner below.
Official DVSA video on vehicle and safety questions in the Module Two Practical Riding Test
Independent riding section of the Practical Riding Test
As part of your module two practical test you will be expected to ride for approximately 10 minutes independently, also known as the Independent Riding. This part of the test is designed to assess your ability to ride safely while making decisions independently.
The practical moped riding test
The practical moped riding test (which does not include the high-speed requirements) will also be carried out in two modules. The obstacle avoidance and emergency braking exercises will be carried out in Module 1 at 30 km/h (approx. 19 mph).
What happens in the on road briefing of Module Two?
What happens in the on road driving?
At the end of the Module Two Practical Riding Test
When the practical test is over, the examiner will tell you whether you passed or failed. You can request feedback on your test from the examiner, who will then go through your performance during the test.
If you pass and have a photocard driving licence issued after 1st March 2004, the examiner will ask you if you want your full driving licence issued to you automatically. If you want to use this service, the examiner will take your old licence off you, scan the details and send them electronically to the DVLA. You will then be given a pass certificate to prove you passed your test. The DVLA will then send you your new licence by post within three weeks of you passing your practical test.
If you pass your test but do not want to use this automatic service, or have a licence issued before 1st March 2004, you will be given a pass certificate by the examiner. On the back of the pass certificate it tells you what you need to do next. This involves sending your licence to DVLA who will then check your application and issue you with a new full licence.
Once you pass your standard motorcycle test you are restricted to machines of 25kW with a power to weight ratio of 0.16kW/kg for two years.
What happens if I fail my Module Two Practical Riding Test?
If you fail the test you should ask the examiner for some feedback to help prepare yourself for your next test. Your driving report form will also show you where you made any mistakes.
You must wait 10 clear working days until you can book another Practical Test