Can You Drive a 125cc Motorbike on a Car License?

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You cannot drive a drive a 125cc motorbike on a Car Licence. Before you can ride a motorbike on the road, you must possess a driving licence which allows you to ride motorbikes. This can either be a provisional driving licence with motorcycle entitlement or a full car licence.
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In US a few states let 16 year olds run unlimited size, others go to 150cc as motordriven cycle and a few have the 250 beginners size for younger drivers for 6 months. If in UK? other
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In Germany? I recommend: Kawasaki KMX 125. Yamaha DT 125. Yamaha XT 125. Suzuki DR 125. Aprilia ETX 125.
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You can drive any three wheeled car - Morgan, Reliant, Bond etc, and some very light (under 550kg) 4 wheel cars such as the Axiam, providing you passed your bike test prior to October
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It is possible because letting someone drive who you know is underage means you knew they didn't have a license. However, you would probably not be held criminally liable but would
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