piaggio mp3 yourban 300 lt (can ride on car license) £3850.00

Size: 300 lt

Condition: Like new

Posted by: tshana1

Contact details: tshana92@hotmail.com

Make
Piaggio

Model
mp3 lt yourban

Year
2012

Mileage
11,800 miles

Seller type
Private

Colour
black

Engine size
300 cc

For Sale we have my piaggio mp3 yourban 300 lt. This model can be ridden on a car license. It comes with a full dealer service history. MOT runs out January next year. Tyres are near New. This is a really clean machine and comes with an oxford motorcycle cover, Oxford monster chain and padlock. At an extra cost I will throw in a brand new shoei helmet.

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Just to make people aware, it can only be ridden on a car license if you past your test before a certain year.

Otherwise you will have to take a CBT and ride it with L plates.

If you are under the age of 18 I believe, you cannot even ride something of this size engine.

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posted by Gkam84 [8848 posts]
22nd July 2014 - 22:40

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No you do not. As long as you have a full UK driving license you can ride this bike without L plates or a cbt. Due to the wider track and inclusion of a foot operated brake, a motorcycle license is not required as it is classed as a trike.

posted by tshana1 [0 posts]
22nd July 2014 - 23:09

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More to the point, what is this doing on a bicycle forum? Looks like spam to me.

posted by pjay [225 posts]
23rd July 2014 - 8:47

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This was reviewed and checked before being accepted. Therefore it is not spam.

Thank you

posted by tshana1 [0 posts]
23rd July 2014 - 12:20

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Unless you are interested in this bike stop being a hindrance!

posted by tshana1 [0 posts]
23rd July 2014 - 12:20

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tshana1 wrote:
Unless you are interested in this bike stop being a hindrance!

I thought you said it was a trike? It looks like it has 3 wheels in the photo. I wouldn't throw the helmet too far, otherwise it'll be no good any more.

Smile

OldRidgeback

posted by OldRidgeback [2197 posts]
23rd July 2014 - 12:38

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tshana1 wrote:
No you do not. As long as you have a full UK driving license you can ride this bike without L plates or a cbt. Due to the wider track and inclusion of a foot operated brake, a motorcycle license is not required as it is classed as a trike.

The rear brake on my motorcycle is foot operated as on most motorcycles. I don't believe a foot operated brake makes too much difference.

posted by freespirit1 [165 posts]
23rd July 2014 - 13:20

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