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Aidan Sheehan is our resident guest blogger on all things road safety related. He teaches all levels of riders and you can catch up with him HERE. This week he's here to answer the age old question: how do I get my full motorcycle licence?
So it's time for guest blogger, Aidan Sheehan to answer a question that I'm always asked and I actually don't know all the answers to - What is this new IBT that everyone is talking about?
IBT stands for Initial Basic Training and, since December 6th 2010, all people looking looking to ride on the public road must complete 4 modules of this training (16 hours). You need to do the IBT before you can apply for your full driving test.
No, you only need your learner permit (previously called provisional licence) to get going. I can hire bikes and gear if you need it.
It can be broken down, or, done back to back depending on your diary.