Books or dvds to help me with my motorcycle theory test

longun

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To borrow or buy, test is booked for may and I really struggle with tests....even though I set them as a college lecturer haha

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Do you drive a car? if yes you should be fine, its just road sense basically. There are plenty of free mock tests online for you to practice on too.
 

longun

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Yeah......didnt go as planned, been driving for decades.

The mock are good but I'd like to read the info too, more for peace of mind as I've not had loads of experience on motorbikes, justvthe occasional braap in quarries etc
 

Markybeau

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Your best bet is to buy an app as they’re not too bad anymore. I'd normally recommend checking out charity shops but you're out of luck on that one at the moment.

Most ATB's (Approved Training Body) have 'The Essential Skills' knocking around, so ask the school you have booked your training with, they might lend it to you - but it's very dry. It's the 'official ' guide.

'Learn to Ride' is not bad and a bit more informative.

'Learn to pass the test (and be a great rider too)' is a waste of money.

....I might have a copy of all of them... I'll have a look tomorrow
 
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