Why do I need IBT?
IBT is a legal requirement. You may not ride a motorcycle on the road unless:
- you obtained a Motorcycle Learner Permit before 6 December 2010 or
- you are undergoing Module 4 or 5 on road training and are accompanied by your IBT Motorcycle instructor, or
- you have done your IBT and received a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion
- you have passed your practical motorcycle driving test.
What does IBT involve?
IBT is a 16 hour or 18 hour course depending on your age or type of motorcycle you wish to ride. These modules are a mixture of theory and practical riding skills.
When you have completed your IBT course, your instructor will record the details of your training in your logbook and issue you with a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion.
Once you have received your Certificate of Satisfactory Completion, you can apply for your practical driving test. A minimum period of 6 months on your learner permit is needed before you will be called for your motorcycle test.