These are your Course TERMS and CONDITIONS - Insurance and Liability agreement


CANCELLING OR REBOOKING:

You must provide 7 working days notice prior to your CBT course or 12 working days prior to the start date of a Full Licence course to receive a refund. Cancellations or re-bookings must be made by phone or email. We do NOT accept voicemail or text messages as notification of a cancellation.
Failing to attend a course will result in the loss of fees

IT IS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT THAT THE TRAINEE RIDER PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING WHEN ATTENDING A COURSE:

A valid UK driving licence is produced to the instructor on arrival.
European licences will not be accepted, unless accompanied by a DVLA issued Driving Licence number that validates the licence.
If you hold the 'old style' paper licence you must provide an in-date passport, to confirm your identity. No other photo I.D is acceptable.
If you hold the Photo Card style licence it is the responsibility of the student to ensure the licence is in date and valid at the time of the course.
Further details of how to check your licence are available on the Gov.uk Licence Check website.

IF A LICENCE CANNOT BE PROVIDED AT THE START OF THE COURSE THE STUDENT MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE PART AND AS A RESULT, INCUR THE LOSS OF THE COURSE FEES.

For all Full Licence courses (Category A, A1, A2) a valid theory test certificate must be produced along with the valid UK driving licence and CBT certificate.
A motorcycle test cannot be taken if any of the documents are not provided. (unless otherwise informed by the DVSA/DVLA).

IT IS THE RESPONSIBLITIY OF THE STUDENT TO PROVIDE VALID DOCUMENTS WHEN ATTENDING AT TEST AND TRAINING SESSIONS. NO COSTS WILL BE INCURED BY THE SCHOOL FOR INVALID OR NON-PRESENT DOCUMENTS.

APPROPRIATE CLOTHING IS REQUIRED WHEN TAKING PART IN A COURSE:

Helmets, protective gloves and motorcycle safety jackets are provided at no charge. We do our best to accommodate most sizes. 
If using your own helmet, it must display the relevant European safety marking.
For CBT Courses, Jeans, Sturdy Trainers (not soft canvas) and a long-sleeved heavy material jacket are acceptable as a minimum. For Direct/Restricted Access Courses, Appropriate protective clothing MUST be worn. Leather or protective boots, Strong Jeans, heavy material or motorcycle protective Jacket are to be a minimum.
You should consider the weather conditions and dress appropriately; we will endeavour to provide the necessary weather protection where possible.
If the instructor for your course feels the clothing worn is inappropriate, and poses a risk to Health and Safety, the student may have their course cancelled and will not be eligible for a refund.
The minimum legally required protective safety equipment must be worn at all times, no responsibility is held by your instructor or Aylesbury motorcycle training (DD26 ltd) for injuries or damage to customers equipment during training. All relevant precautions are taken to ensure safety is maintained at all times.     

THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED, when taking a CBT course:

It is essential that the student is able to show a working knowledge of the Highway Code.
There are learning aids available, including The Highway Code, Theory test, Learning to Ride, becoming a Better Motorcyclist publication, as well as Apps for Apple and Android devices, to enable the CBT student to develop the necessary road craft theoretical knowledge to complete the course.
We do provide an element of the course focused on the Highway Code and Road Craft in a Q & A format to help develop the required knowledge for the new rider.

TERMS of COMPLETION for a CBT COURSE.:

The Theory test qualification is not required for a CBT course.

The Trainee must be able to show learning has taken place to enable the instructor to complete the road ride part of the course. Trainee’s may be asked to return to complete the CBT course if the Instructor is not satisfied with the progress made in relation to Element C, D, and E of the course. Decisions to not issue a DL196 certificate (CBT completion certificate) are based on the safety of the individual and whether an independence is demonstrated in riding with control when either in the off-road element or when dealing with traffic conditions on the road element of the course.
Further training will be discussed and booked according to your requirements. Charges apply.

DAMAGE WAIVER INSURANCE / LIABILITY - ANY COURSE

The Damage Waiver insurance is an OPTIONAL, non refundable payment of £20.00
If paid at the start of the course; the Trainee or Parent/Guardian will be exempt from any liability relating to the cost of repair to a 'training bike or equipment' if damage was to occur during the course.
A standard liability of up to £500 stands for all Students or Parent/Guardians of; who use training school equipment during the course, that do NOT purchase a Damage Waiver.

A damage waiver fee of £20.00 paid at the start of a course will last the duration of the pre-booked course, however if damage is caused to the machine, the damage waiver fee is chargeable again at the start of subsequent training for cover to recommence.

On any course, Aylesbury motorcycle training or its employee holds no liability for any road traffic offences incurred/ committed by the Trainee (signed), due to not following instruction during the road ride. Any information for such offences will be passed onto the relevant authority.

When booking in on the day of your course; You will be required to sign to confirm you have read and understood our terms and conditions.
You will also sign to confirm or decline the damage waiver insurance offered for cover when using our machines.
If the trainee is under 18 years of age, it is the responsibility of a parent or guardian to have given permission to attend the course and agree to these terms and conditions).

It is advisable to bring refreshments including a packed lunch for the break between training sessions when on a CBT course; however, there is a shop nearby if required. Lunch breaks for Full Licence courses may be away from the training site.

The address of the Training Site can be found on your booking confirmation or on our website. Your training course will be held at the training site address, and you will need to arrive 15 mins prior to the course start time to get booked in.

 Aylesbury Motorcycle training (DD26ltd) hold no responsibility for items or vehicles left at the site.
Parking is available at the site.