There are some important points to bear in mind before your attend for your Module
One and Module Two tests.
Direct Access Scheme and A2 Restricted
Module One tests are carried out on special off-road testing areas that have been
purpose built for motorcycle testing. There are several sites around the country
with the site in Basildon being the one most used by Probike. You can use the links
on the left to find out more about what the Module One Test involves.
Module 2 tests take place on the public road and are again run from the Basildon
DSA Test Centre. The Module 2 test involves a supervised ride with an examiner who
will check to make sure that you pose no risk to yourself or other road users when
riding a motorcycle. If you succeed at your Module 2 test there are no more tests
to take and subject to any restrictions (such as age) you can now ride motorcycles
on the road without learner plates.
Probike have very high pass rates at both Module 1 and Module 2 tests. We aim to
train students beyond the competence required for the tests, this means an easier
test for the student and a safer more responsible rider for the future.