Cost of motorbikes driving lessons

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By: 17 Jan 2019 at 23:17
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How much does it cost to do driving lessons on a motorbike ?

I want to get my motorbike license, I know how to ride but I don't know all the proper rules and I'm not sure if my scooter will be good enough to do the test.

Should I go with my own scooter or must I use a motorbike from a driving school ?

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Its better to use the Motorcycle provided by the driving school, their bikes are roadworthy and they usually meet you at the traffic department on the test day. Motorbike driving lessons (class 1) are usually much more expensive compared to cars and trucks. Here are a few driving school that offer motorbike driver training.

BikeSavvy, Motorbike driving lessons in Montague Gardens, Cape Town

BikeSavvy Driving School. Class 1 Lessson Prices:
  • 1 driving lesson for R400.00
  • 3 x 1 hour driving lessons for R1100.00
  • Bundle Package for R3500.00
  • 3 hour training package for R1500.00 with their bike

BikeSavvy, Motorbike driving lessons in Cape Flats, Cape Town

Biker Basics Motorcycle Academy. Class 1 Lessson Prices:
  • 1 x 1 hour driving lesson for R300.00
  • 1 x 2 hour driving lessons for R550.00
  • Bike hire on the test day for R400.00
Quality Driving Lessons from R130.00ph We train our learners to drive professionally and teach beyond the bare minimum needed to pass the drivers test. We focus our lessons on improving driving skill and give our learners maximum driving time.

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