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Update 17/11/2020

So we are two weeks in, two to go. We are manning the office and available to take bookings.

The biggest issue as it was last time, is the amount of tests available. We are pressing for more, so watch this space. Keep safe

Update 05/11/2020

As expected DVSA announced the closing of all test centres from today. As well as this they have announced that NO training is to take place. This is still awaiting some clarification as we do not know if this is within DVSA's remit. However we do expect it to be the case. Currently we are closed for training as a result. The office is still open for enquiries.

From DVSA 02/11/2020

(((( Update on lockdown measures in England
Following the announcement on Saturday 31 October 2020 around further lockdown measures being introduced in England, we are working closely with the Government to agree the impact these will have on DVSA services. 

All driver and rider training and tests will be suspended in England from 5 November until 2 December 2020. We will be contacting affected test candidates soon.

We'll keep you updated on the situation and provide further guidance when we're able to. ))))

Ridesure will contact all customers booked between the above dates to re-arrange. Obviously there are quite a few so it may take us a day or two.  At this time we are not sure what DVSA are doing with their booking system and availability. So please bare with us as we want to be able to give you solid information.

To confirm there will be NO training or testing from and including the 5th November until at least the 2nd Dec. 




Well here we are again!

As things stand, we have no more information than anyone else. We have had no update whatsoever from DVSA so we are going ahead with our program until told otherwise. We cannot start making closure plans or test cancellation plans until we are told what we can or cannot do. This means we are still operating using our standard procedures that we have had in place throughout the pandemic. We all know that social distancing on a motorcycle is relatively easy. It is only if something goes wrong that there is an issue.

As soon as we know anything different we will start contacting our customers immediately. We cannot give you any more information than this, if you ring us or email us. We will also update our website and all our social media the moment we are able.

Should it be that we do have to cancel training and tests, we will contact you asap.

There is a list of things to comply with when attending your test below provided by DVSA:


Using waiting rooms and toilets in driving test centres

We previously let you know that the toilet facilities in test centres would only be available for candidates or instructors who are pregnant, or who have a medical condition or disability.

Following engagement with stakeholders we will be making toilet facilities available for any candidate, instructor or accompanying driver if requested, when coming for a test or using the motorcycle manoeuvring area (MMA). Anyone using the toilets will be escorted through the building.

People will need to clean the toilet facilities before and after using them themselves.

Waiting rooms in test centres will stay closed until further notice to help with social distancing.


Please arrive no earlier than five minutes prior to your student’s test time and ensure that your student has their


paperwork ready for the examiner.


For MOD 2 tests we ask that the candidate brings along their own earpiece compatible with a 3.5mm jack plug for the examiners Bluetooth set.


There will be no access to the waiting room or facilities and the examiner will meet the candidate outside of the building alongside the Motorcycle bays.


Kitting up and signatures will be completed outside


With regard to Motorcycle tests we ask that candidates wear their ‘buffs’ or ‘neckies’ pulled up across their nose and mouth to reduce the risk of contamination whilst meeting with the examiner and maintain appropriate social distancing.




Feel free to call us and discuss your requirements: 
Call 01483 278236 / 01403 711122 or Email:

  • CBT 7 days a week subject to availability (please consider the 2hr intro if you are a novice)
  • Direct Access 7 days a week
  • Novice Introductions (2hrs one2one)
  • Advanced Training to IAM or RoSPA standard
  • Enhanced Rider Scheme
  • Full Length Module 1 Training Area  

Probably the best facilities you will find for learning to ride, at the home of Top Gear at Dunsfold Park between Horsham in Sussex and Guildford in Surrey. Thanks to these facilities and our friendly professional approach our pass rates are way above average and so is the experience of our hundreds of happy customers.

We have the whole of module 1 laid out so you can practice exactly what you have to do to pass. We have four CBT sites on the aerodrome plus miles of internal roads , along with junctions and  roundabouts so while still a novice we can get you nice and confident before you go on the road.

On the subject of the road, we pride ourselves on producing skilled riders, equipped to deal with everyday situations . With these skills not only do you pass your test but you are ready for the really important bit.

Dont just take our word for it, we have over 200 5 star Google reviews. Click here to see what other people say about us. 


Once you have your licence , we can help you to keep improving with the Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) and beyond that , Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists (IAM) and  RoSPA Advanced Rider awards.

Our instructors are all DSA approved , and either qualified with the above organisations or Police motorcyclists with a combined riding experience of well over 400 years.

Please feel free to browse this site and if you have any questions just drop us an email or give us a call. We always have time to have a chat with you. We don't have online booking because we want to talk to you and make sure you get what you need. We like this to be the start of our relationship and the beginning of your welcome into the Ridesure community. Read our Google reviews and see what others think.

This link below is a PDF explaining the ( quite complicated ) routes to getting your motorcycle licence


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