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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by lugnutt, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. lugnutt

    lugnutt Funster Life Member

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    i have a c1+e licence what can i ride with this? as an ex mod would love a lambreeta 150 but things have changed since i drove one with l plates
    dave:thumb:
     
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    I always liked the French Solex

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    bet your licence would cover this:Wink:

    And something a aged MOD would feel at home on:Wink::Rofl1:




    BTW:- I would LOVE a Solex for real:thumb:

    You'll need to look on the licence to see what else it's showing if it's a photo one.
     
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  4. jacko

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    Get a GS Scooter with yourt hair cut neat :Laughing:
     
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    1968 SX 150 Lambretta those were the days.:thumb:
     
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    Road Runner Read Only Funster

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    All chrome Bonnieville, then Norton Commando, followed by honda 4. (Oh yes and a Chromed German helmet:Blush::Doh:)

    Still got a bike (2 last year but this misses on a crusade to rid me of them:cry:):Doh:
     
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    Hi Fellas
    what about this one i've been thinkig about getting
    125 cc cruiser

    i think im having a mid life crisis :Eeek:
     

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    :Cool: You should see the bikes on Camp Tony. :Wink:
     
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    Piccy's needed John (JSW):thumb:
     
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    Bit more than a crisis Tony:Laughing: 125cc cruiser:Wink::Rofl1:
     
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    Hi

    I had this very conversation with the DVLA on Friday.

    Upto 50cc, and with a full car licence, you can drive a scooter without L plates, limited to 30 mph.

    Over 50 cc, you need to do the basic training and you can then ride with L plates on.

    To get rid of the L plates, you need to do a test.

    Russell

    DVLA - 01792 782341
     
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    You will be known as "The Night Rider" Tony :Smile:
    Wouldn't want to be seen in daylight on that mate :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Keith
     
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    Cheers Keith :cry::cry::
     
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    If you only have a provisional motorcycle license, you can only ride a bike up to 125cc.
    If you then pass your bike test on a 125cc bike, you cannot ride a bike over 33 BHP for two years. However if you do a direct access course and take your test on a bike with 33 BHP, you can then ride any cc bike with any power you like, assuming you pass.
     
  15. jacko

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    lugnut - it you are an ex-mod surely you have already owned a scooter :Eek!:
     
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