Restricted motorcycle licence assessment
PLEASE NOTE: AA Motorcycle training, Basic Handling Skills Assessment and CBTA are currently only available in selected areas of the Bay of Plenty, Waikato, Waihi, Wellington, Otago (Dunedin and Cromwell), New Plymouth, Christchurch and Auckland (West/East/South). Basic Handling Skills Assessment and Training options are also available in Otago (Balclutha) with CBTA still to come to that area.
The Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA) for your restricted motorcycle licence. This assessment will look at your safe riding skills and if you pass you will receive a certificate that you can use to apply for your restricted motorcycle licence.
The appointment is for 90 minutes to allow for fitting and removal of communications equipment and administration, but the assessment ride will be approximately 60 minutes. You must wear suitable protective equipment, an approved helmet, gloves and be in possession of your driver licence. You must ride a LAMS approved motorcycle with an approved L plate attached. WoF and Registration must be current and displayed. The motorcycle must be in a warrantable standard when inspected before the assessment. If your machine is not compliant or your clothing is not appropriate, the assessment will not be conducted in the interests of your own safety.
A motorcycle can be arranged at a small charge if you do not have access to one.