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Class 6 Drivers license

Alberta Motorcycle License

Get Your Class 6 Driver’s License in Alberta

Dreaming of hitting the open road with your motorcycle? At Registrations Are Us, we can help you through the process of obtaining your motorcycle License in Alberta and ensure a hassle-free experience.

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What you need to get your motorcycle License

To obtain a motorcycle license in Alberta, you’ll need to meet specific requirements and provide certain documents, including:

  • Eligibility criteria – You must have a valid Class 5 (non-probationary) driver’s License or a Class 7 (learner’s) license to apply for a motorcycle License in Alberta. You must operate a motorcycle as a learner for a minimum of one year (please see Alberta’s Graduated Drivers License Program). To exit the learner stage and become a probationary rider, you must write a class 6 knowledge test and take a class 6 road test. To exit the GDL program, you must hold a probationary License for at least two years.
  • Acceptable Identification
  • Pass the knowledge test
  • Pass the motorcycle road test
  • Payment for the motorcycle License knowledge test, road test, and License issuance.

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We are now taking bookings for Road Testing

When you’re ready, you can book your passenger vehicle roads test ( Class 5 & 6) with us, which will be delivered by private driver examiners through our registry. You can either book your road test online or come in and we will assist you in booking your appointment. Motorcycle road tests are conducted seasonally, usually beginning in early April through October.

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Questions? We have answers!

Like any vehicle, safety and skill are priorities in motorcycle riding. We’re here to equip you with the knowledge you need to ride responsibly and confidently.

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To apply for a motorcycle License in Alberta, you must hold a valid Class 5 driver’s License or a Class 7 (learner’s) License. If you have either of these Licenses, you can proceed to apply for a motorcycle License and begin the process of obtaining your motorcycle riding privileges.

While taking a motorcycle safety course is not mandatory, it is highly recommended. Completing an approved motorcycle safety course not only enhances your riding skills but also provides valuable insights into safe riding practices. These courses offer a great opportunity to build confidence and learn essential techniques before hitting the road on your motorcycle.

The motorcycle road test is a practical assessment of your riding skills. It evaluates your ability to control the motorcycle, handle various riding scenarios, and adhere to traffic rules. To prepare for the road test, practice riding your motorcycle in different road conditions, practice maneuvering, braking, and turning safely. You can also review the Alberta Motorcycle Operator’s Handbook, which provides valuable information about motorcycle safety and operation.

You’ll need access to a properly registered and insured motorcycle for the road test. The motorcycle you use should meet the necessary safety standards and be in good working condition. Make sure to familiarize yourself with the controls and characteristics of the motorcycle you’ll be using for the test. It’s recommended to practice on the same motorcycle you plan to use for the road test to ensure you’re comfortable and confident during the assessment.

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