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Firstly, I would like to say thank you to Francis who is the person that has made this exciting news possible. As you mat have heard, the UK CAA have now agreed to issue an exemption to anyone who can provide a GP's letter stating clearly that you should not continue with foot launched paramotoring for whatever the reason is. Bad Back, Disability and so on... The process is a simple one and only requires that you send: Doctors letter, a description of the modification, and a statement to say that it still meets the SPHG definition (sub 70kg). The trike must be one with a detachable Paramotor. Below is a copy of the Draft exemption policy. Draft exemption policy for SPHG.pdf I will be talking to the PMC insurers tomorrow about this but am certain that they will be able to cover people who have the exemption in place. We are offering conversions NOW for people who have this exemption in place. If you would like help to submit your request, please give me a bell and I will do my best to help. SW
After a false start last year, I am very very happy to be able to say that we will soon be able to run trike / quad courses from our school at Membury airfield Courses we will be providing will be priced for the following: someone already flying one wanting a licence someone already flying Ppg wanting to convert skills complete beginners. So so if you are one of the people who are flying 'wheels' and would like to become legal, it would be great for me to know about now (PM rather than forum post recommended) it would also be cool to get a gauge of interest from PPG to 'wheels' interest? Pm or post all good SW