- Ride a mopeds with speed range of 25 km/h to 45 km/h (rough top speed of 30mph)
- Ride small three-wheelers (up to 50 cc and below 4 kW)
- Ride light quadricycles (weighing under 350 kg, top speed 45 km/h)
- Ride without L-plates on.
- Carry a pillion passenger.
Do I need CBT for AM license?
Motorcycle Theory and Practical tests
You don’t need to pass the Bike theory test for the ‘AM’ Moped License (with CBT course only). Once you have passed your motorcycle theory test, there is a Practical test that is split into two elements – Module 1 and Module 2.
What is Category AM scooters?
Moped category definition
A moped (category AM) is defined as having a maximum design speed over 25km/h (15.5mph) but not exceeding 45 km/h (28 mph); or a light quadricycle with an unladen weight not more than 350kg and up to 45km/h.
What is an AM licence UK?
You can drive 2-wheeled or 3-wheeled vehicles with a maximum design speed of over 25km/h (15.5mph) but not more than 45km/h (28mph). This category also includes light quad bikes with: unladen mass of not more than 350kg (not including batteries if it’s an electric vehicle)