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Do you have to take a motorcycle safety course in Alberta to get your license?

Do you have to take a motorcycle safety course in Alberta to get your license?

Once you have completed the knowledge test, I would highly recommend signing up for a Motorcycle Safety Training Course. If you’re ready to take your road test, you must book one through the new Online Portal that Alberta has created for licensing and registries.

Do you need a motorcycle license to drive a motorcycle in Alberta?

A Class 6 licence in Alberta allows you to drive a motorcycle, moped or trike by yourself, as well as any Class 5 GDL motor vehicle as a learner.

How much is a motorcycle test in Alberta?

The cost for the test is $150, including permit and tax. If you pass the road test, you can re-class your licence to include Class 6.

How long is a motorcycle road test in Alberta?

45-60 minutes
The Class 6 motorcycle road test will take 45-60 minutes in time.

How long does it take to get a motorcycle license in Alberta?

2 years
You will need to drive for 2 years as a Class 6 GDL driver and have no licence suspensions during the last year to qualify for a full Class 6 licence. Once the 2 year probationary term is up, you can take a Class 6 advanced road test and upgrade to a full Class 6 licence.

Can you drive a 250cc motorcycle on a car licence?

You can ride up to 125cc with a valid CBT certificate. (or a full motorcycle licence category A) A 250cc motorcycle will required a full motorcycle licence.

How can I pass my motorcycle test?

Here we run through 10 things that will help you pass your motorcycle test.

  1. Practice and preparation.
  2. Things to remember before the test.
  3. Watch your speed.
  4. Keep your head during the independent riding element.
  5. Don’t forget the pre-test training.
  6. Practice, practice.
  7. The turn in the road.
  8. Listen to the instructor.

Can you ride a motorcycle with a Class 7 in Alberta?

Minimum driving age: You must be 16 years of age in order to operate a motorcycle. (Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation, Section 26) Applies to either learner or operator. (Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation, Section 28 – must be minimum 16 years for operating motorcycle with Class 7.)

Can you take your motorcycle test on your own bike?

This depends on your current riding standards, and the speed at which you learn. Can I use my own bike for test preparation? Yes, we would encourage you to use the bike you would be taking your test on, but there is no problem hiring a machine for both the test preparation and for taking the test itself.

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