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MOTORCYCLE TESTS SUSPENDED DUE TO LOCKDOWN

THE DVSA SUSPENDS MOTORCYCLE TESTING UNTIL THE END OF LOCKDOWN

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It has been announced by the DVSA that motorcycle testing and training has been suspended now until after the November lockdown – well no surprises there really.

Testing has been stopped in order to keep everyone apart, and theory tests have been suspended as well. Hopefully the lockdown will end on the 2nd of December at which time hopefully motorcycle testing will be able to resume.

There is a high demand for motorcycle tests at the moment as many people, who haven't ridden before, have realised that motorcycling is the answer to great socially distanced transport and beats public transport and even cars, for safety and ease of getting around and commuting.

People who had a motorcycle test or training booked for November should be, or have already been informed that it has been postponed by the DVSA and will be told when testing is back up and running again.

Let's hope that more folks will soon be able to get out there on two wheels – motorcycles are the way forward as we already know!

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Posted by Lucy England
for Wemoto News on 06 November 2020 in General News

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