Just...totally...wrong. And, BTW, I can drive a steam engine......and ride a horse! And fly an aeroplane.....and steer a narrow boat.......and a fire engine.....and ride a push bike....Mississippi Bullfrog wrote: ↑Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:25 pmThat's all very well but if you check with the DVLA then you'll find you are restricted to driving steam powered vehicles or riding a horse.
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check out code 103 on a driving licenceValko wrote: ↑Mon Oct 03, 2016 11:43 pmHello and welcomeboki20078 wrote:Hi im looking for insurances and most insurance companies ask me what type of insurance i have i have been driving for 3 years and just done my cbt and cbt is all i have so what do i select...?
It depends you have said you are driving for 3 years. Do you have car license category B? If yes you put that you have full car license.
If not then you have provisional license and you put that you have provisional license.
Just look at your license does it look like this:
CBT has nothing to do with licenses, CBT is a training certificate that gives you a right to ride 125cc on public roads.
cbt is not just for 125 it is for 50cc as well
with regards to insurance it will relate to the vehicle you are trying to insure
so if its a motorcycle you only have a provisional licence for that vehicle .
regardless of having a full car licence .
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