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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 4:04 pm 
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I have heard that you can drive a Reliant Robin on just a provisional with noone else in the car. Is this right? Have researched it on internet but seem to get contradictions. What requirements are there to drive the three wheeler?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 4:21 pm 
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matty6660 wrote:
I have heard that you can drive a Reliant Robin on just a provisional with noone else in the car. Is this right? Have researched it on internet but seem to get contradictions. What requirements are there to drive the three wheeler?

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what ive heard.. dno if its true tho. lol

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Three wheeled vehicles can fall within category B or B1.

If the vehicle has 3 or 4 wheels and weighs more than 550kgs unladen it will fall within category B.
Vehicles which weigh less than 550kgs will fall within category B1.

I should point out that a provisional category B licence also gives provisional entitlement for category B1. Provisional licence holders are of course subject to the provisional licence conditions, e.g. displaying L plates and being supervised.

There is an exemption from the need to be supervised by a qualified driver when driving a vehicle included in category B1 which is constructed to carry only one person and not adapted to carry more than one person


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 6:04 pm 
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it used to be,, you could drive a 3 wheeled car on a bike licence providing the reverse gear was blanked off,,,
in effect bringing it in line as a bike & sidecar

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Given the choice, why would you want to drive one of these?
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Roadtorque wrote:
it used to be,, you could drive a 3 wheeled car on a bike licence providing the reverse gear was blanked off,,,
in effect bringing it in line as a bike & sidecar



yeah think they change it all now, you have to take test for every category unless its a lower category

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