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Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)

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How about riding safely your motorcycle and have a certificate that can give you discounts on motorcycle insurance?

The DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) checks your motorcycle riding skills and provides training to help you improve. There is no test. Once you’ve successfully completed the scheme you will get a “DVSA Certificate of Competence” and you can use it to get discounts on motorcycle insurance.

Here at Universal Motorcycle Training you will find an amazing infrastructure and instructors to help you improve your skills and get your DVSA Certificate.

Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)The Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) course will be suitable if you either:

  • have just passed your full motorcycle licence test or
  • are returning to riding after a break or
  • are upgrading to a more powerful motorcycle or
  • want to check and improve your riding standard

Universal Motorcycle Training is included in the Register of Post Test Motorcycle Trainers, suitably qualified to deliver training to current full licence holders and enhance your skills further, ensuring safer riding through minimizing the risks associated with planning and machine control.

What happens during the enhanced rider scheme assessment?

The DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) is not a pass or fail test. Following an initial assessment of current skill level carefully matched with the rider’s personal needs a rider development plan is devised that concentrates on the specific areas requiring attention, rather than taking a “one size fits all” approach.

The course will last long enough for your trainer to make an accurate assessment of your needs. For most people this is three to four hours.

Do yu want to know more about our Enhanceed Rider Scheme course? Click here!

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