100 MPG+ During Your Commute When You Switch To a Motorcycle
Released on: June 14, 2011, 1:37 am
Transportation / Logistics
Budget conscious motorists could be missing one of the biggest
savings available on daily travel – Motorcycles! Did you know that
small motorbikes and scooters can achieve well over 100 miles per
gallon? How does that compare with your car?
Look around during your commute and you will notice that most cars have one
occupant. That is a lot of spare space and metal to drag around and means they are
simply burning money as fuel.
Learning to ride is not as difficult as you might think either; a one-day CBT test is all that is required for
smaller motorcycles and scooters. Even if you can’t see yourself as a motorcyclist,
then you will still gain vital road knowledge from the perspective of people on two
Switching from a medium sized car to a 125cc motorbike will net you savings on fuel,
tax and insurance and in many cases will cover the cost of a brand new motorbike in
the first year.
Combine all of the monetary advantages with the fact that motorcycles are great fun
and can cut right through the traffic and they offer a solution to modern traffic
problems that cannot be ignored.
http://www.cbt-test-training.info gives people looking to take their first steps in
to the world of motorcycling all the information required from the moment they learn to ride a motorbike right through to taking the CBT or bike test.
Contact Details: CBT Test Training
C/O L6 Limited
28 Verney Road
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