1. Motorcycling is potentially hazardous. You should be aware of this. We will take all reasonable precautions to ensure your safety whilst you are training with us. However you should also do your best to prevent injury or accident to yourself or others. Do as your instructor tells you. If you are unsure about anything get it clarified before carrying on.
2. If 16 years old you will have to have a parent or guardian signed authorization.
3. At the time of booking a deposit must be paid to secure the course dates. (non refundable if cancelling less than 10 days before the course)
4. The balance of payment is to be made on the first day of training. In cash
5. 101 operates a policy of a maximum two pupils per instructor for all 'on road' training. There is usually a waiting list. Therefore if you decide to cancel you course please give as much notice as possible so that someone else can use the training time.
6. Refunds will not be made if less 10 days notice is given.
7. All training and equipment is covered by insurance, however there is an excess of £250.00 for accidental damage and any loss or damage that occurs due to negligence or misuse must be paid for in full.
8. Make sure you can ride a pedal bike before applying for a CBT.
9. Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) normally takes place over one day and the price is set to reflect this, If, in order for the trainee to reach a satisfactory standard, further training is required a further charge will be applicable. The return fee for the second attempt is £35 return must be within one calendar month. Further attempts are full price.
10. Please dress appropriately. If you have your own motorcycle clothing and equipment it would probably be better to use that; if not, then wear sturdy boots, a hardwearing jacket and trousers and a pair of gloves, preferably leather. NO SHORTS OR SANDALS (see training section) Bring waterproofs if rain is forecast or looks likely
11. Try and get a good nights sleep the night before your training and avoid alcohol consumption. As well as being unsafe, there is little point spending all that money if you are too tired or hung-over to understand and put into practice what you are being taught.
12. Read the latest edition of the highway code before your course begins.
13. Bring all relevant documentation with you on your first day. Also if you wear glasses don't forget them, you will be required to read a number plate at a distance of 20 metres. If you are doing a CBT course this will be your driving licence (if you don't have a photo card license then you must bring current photo id. such as a passport) the license must have provisional motorcycle entitlement unless you only plan to ride a moped. If you plan to use your own bike then bring all relevant paper work; insurance MOT proof of road tax.
14. I you are doing a training course with a DSA test at the end in order to obtain a full licence you will need your driving licence . A CBT certificate, photographic identification (eg; passport) and theory test pass certificate. If you plan to use your own bike then bring all the relevant documentation ( as mentioned in no.13)