Is it because its a "non standard vehicle" ...sure there is a specialist company does trikes just cant remember name of them ...trying to remember name and for some reason head is thinking new york places :think:Won't get much of a bike either if i can't get insurance :frown2:
Chuffs I think you're wrong, Read Here.Getting f**ked off with this now, can't even get a trike without having to take a TRIKE test now, new rules from 2013 even if your disabled & you have a full automatic driving licence.
My licence states Cat B, BE, D1, D1E
Really pi$$ed off :frown2:
Oh well back to mini's then :grin2:
On April 10th 2014, a new piece of UK legislation came into effect which allows any person over the age of 21 who holds a full Category B (car) licence (irrespective of disabilities or what year they passed the full Category B test) to ride any size of trike within UK territory.
NB. It should be stressed that this legislation is only valid within UK territories. Elsewhere in Europe the 3rd Directive rules apply as originally implemented on 19/01/2013.