Can I drive a microcar on a full UK licence?

I have a full UK driving and motorcycle licence. Can I drive a microcar?

Asked on 29 October 2019 by HOLE

Answered by Georgia Petrie
You will need the AM category on your driving licence, this covers light quadricycles (weighing under 350kg with a top speed 45km/h - about 28mph). To get one you need to be over 16, have a provisional licence and pass the CBT, a theory test and a practical test. So, from the sounds of it, you should be able to drive a microcar.
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