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roozor
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PostPosted: 01:22 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Cars that you can drive on a motorcycle license! Reply with quote

I heard back a while ago there where a few cars apart from the reliant robin that you could drive on a motorcycle license, and were very economical, and cheapish!

Anyone got any more info?

cheers all
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kawakid
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PostPosted: 01:45 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

No,

Its all changed a few years ago, think in 98.

From then on. If you pass the car test you can ride a 3 wheeler, ie robin reliant or any Trike.

If you pass bike test , its now just bike.

Which is a pitty, because, that's main reason reliant robins were sold, ie you could ride on a motorcycle license.
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yambabe
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PostPosted: 02:04 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

You're wrong Mondeokid.

Quadricycles can be ridden on a full bike licence, also known as microcars.

http://www.micro-cars.co.uk/
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PostPosted: 02:10 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

babyyam wrote:
You're wrong Mondeokid.

Quadricycles can be ridden on a full bike licence, also known as microcars.

http://www.micro-cars.co.uk/


seen them all over amsterdam...thought they'd be a lot cheaper than that though Shocked
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roozor
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PostPosted: 02:17 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

maximum speed, 46mph!

surely not Sad

those looked promising aswell
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PostPosted: 02:19 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes You can


see this also http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?node_id=108922
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PostPosted: 02:22 - 04 Sep 2006    Post subject: Reply with quote

Unfortunately the cost of buying one of these diddy cars is astronomical (4000+ generally) compared to the cost of your test + a small shitty runnarround which will still be infinitely better.

(did much exploreing of this sort of thing myself, sorry to say its a bit of a dead end Sad )

I'd happly have a reliant myself if i could drive one on my licence Sad
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