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What type of L-plates for TC Max


tim333
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Hi there. I have to display L-plates (learner plates) until I get my full motorbike licence in the UK. Does anyone have advice on which type to buy, and how to fix them to the bike? 

Especially the rear L-plate: most kits on Amazon/eBay are designed to fix to the bottom of the licence plate, which wont work on the TC Max.

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Can you modify the bracket to have it next to the number plate?
If you put it above the numberplate it will hit the frame when you go over a bump. I think I've managed to hit even the numberplate going through a bit pothole!

How are you getting it restricted to be learner legal? I was wondering if this was possible so my youngest son could ride it when he's 17. Or does it qualify for A1 anyway?

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@mrj thank you very much, that's great advice. 

The TC Max is legal to ride on a CBT in the UK, since it is the equivalent of a 125cc. So yes, my understanding is that a 17 year old can ride it, once they've completed their 'compulsory basic training'. Typically costs about £100 and takes 8 hours. There's no test or pass/fail, it's just training.

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