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Steps to get your A2 license
- Psycho-technical: before taking the theoretical exam you must obtain a medical certificate of psycho-technical aptitude, which can be obtained from any specialised medical centre and pass a coordination test, an ophthalmological and medical check-up.
- Theoretical: Common and specific theory.
- Common theory: It is the same theory exam you have to take if you want to get your car license ( License B ). Those who have passed this exam because they have a car license are exempt from taking this exam again.
- Specific theory: it is a theoretical test on specific content of motorcycle driving, allowing a maximum of 2 failures to pass the test. Those who have passed this test when obtaining their A1 licence are exempt from taking this test again.
- Circuit practice: It is an exam that is made in the circuit of the tracks of the Provincial Headquarter of Traffic of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in which the following abilities are measured.
- Manoeuvring at reduced speed: parking, balance test (driving over a limited width), zig zag between pulls at reduced speed, acceleration by shifting into second gear, reaching a minimum speed of 30 km/h and controlled braking.
- Manoeuvring at high speeds: maximum time will be 25 seconds, zigzag between cones, minimum speed 30 km/h, change of direction, minimum speed 50 km/h, avoiding an obstacle and controlled emergency braking.
- Practical of circulation: It’s a practical driving test on roads open to traffic just like the one in a car, but in this case the student rides a 400 c.c. motorcycle onwards. The examiner will follow the student in a driving school car, giving the appropriate instructions to the student through an intercom.
Those who have had their A1 motorcycle licence for 2 years are exempt from taking the A2 practical circuit exam, they only take the practical road test.
The minimum age for this permit is 18.
Authorizes to drive
- Motorcycles with a maximum power of 35 kW (48 hp), without any displacement limit and a power to weight ratio of 0,2 kW/kg or less and not derived from a vehicle with more than twice the power. This includes limited motorcycles but if the standard power does not exceed 70 kW (96 hp), (twice the maximum allowed power).
- Includes motorcycles with sidecar.
- Motor tricycles, whose maximum power does not exceed 15 Kw.
- Obtaining it also implies the granting of the A1 and AM class licence.