If you have been on your Restricted Licence for a minimum of 9 months, you are able to sit your CBTA F assessment and then apply for your Full licence after a further 3 months
What does the CBTA F assessment involve?
The assessment is designed to ensure that you’re competent in a prescribed range of riding competencies.
How long does the CBTA F assessment take?
Your assessment ride takes 20 to 30 minutes. This allows for a comprehensive assessment of your riding skills in mostly higher speed zones.
What training do I need?
What Will I Be Assessed on?
Short video tips on how to pass a CBTA F Assessment.
The CBTA F Process Explained.
We want to see you stay away from danger.
We want to see you use good observations.
Milo (whats that?)
We want to see you use good processes.
We want to see you control your bike well.
Questions and Answers
To prepare yourself in the best way possible, it is highly recommended that you have One to One personalised coaching and/or attend a Ride Forever training course before attempting the assessment ride. This is the quickest way to progress through your licence as it helps you develop the best riding practices right from the beginning! If you’re new to riding, this training will help prepare you for the assessment, ensuring you have the necessary skills to ride safely on our roads. For existing riders, this training will identify any errors in your riding style and help you correct them before you do your assessment.
Your assessment will take place regardless of the weather, as long as it is safe to do so.
Once you’ve passed your assessment you’ll be issued with a NZTA certificate. You’ll need to present this to a driver licensing agent e.g. AA, VTNZ to upgrade your licence once you have had your Restricted for a minimum of 12 months.
You must ride a LAMS approved motorcycle to be eligible to sit the assessment. Click here for LAMS bikes.
Without the correct paperwork from NZTA you will not be allowed to take an assessment and your booking fee will be lost.