• Costs

      • Knowledge Test: $11.60
      • Driver's Licence: $40.20
    • Time/Duration

      • Approximately 1 hour

Please note that using a portable electronic device (phone, watch, etc.) to record images during the road test is prohibited. If you fail to respect this rule, you will immediately fail the test.

To prepare for the tests

We recommend that you study the following publications:

They can be purchased from Publications du Québec and at bookstores.

They are required reading to pass the knowledge test.

What the knowledge test covers

The test consists of 32 multiple choice questions that cover:

  • the Highway Safety Code
  • road signs and signals
  • scooter driving techniques

Passing mark

The passing mark is 75%.

Taking the knowledge test

You must schedule an appointment.

Online

Driving Test – Mopeds and Motorized Scooters

Using the automated telephone service

On the To Reach Us page, select the option “To make, change, cancel or check an appointment for a driving test”

On the day of the test

You must:

Step 1 – Go to the service outlet with which you have scheduled an appointment to take the test and present the following documents:

  • if you are under age 18, the Consent of a Person Having Parental Authority (PDF, 103 KB) form, duly completed and signed by your mother, father or legal guardian
  • the attestation of successful completion of the driving course
  • if this is your first application for a driver's licence, 2 official documents, including one with photo

Documents you must present in order to obtain a driver's licence for the first time

If you were born in Canada

At least one of the two documents must be:

  • the original copy of the birth certificate issued by the Directeur de l’état civil du Québec after January 1, 1994, or by the government body responsible for vital statistics in another Canadian jurisdiction (note that in the case of Ontario, the accepted documents are the short form birth certificate or the original “Certified copy of birth registration”, which includes an official number and is issued by the Office of the Registrar General of Ontario)
  • a Canadian Citizenship Certificate with photo
  • a Canadian passport
  • an official Canadian Armed Forces identity card
  • a Certificate of Indian Status

The other document may be:

  • a health insurance card
  • a driver’s licence issued by another jurisdiction
If you were not born in Canada

At least one of the two documents must be:

  • a Canadian Citizenship Certificate with photo
  • a Canadian passport
  • an official Canadian Armed Forces identity card
  • a Confirmation of Permanent Residence document and a Permanent Resident Card
  • other proof of known legal presence in Canada

The other document may be:

  • a health insurance card
  • a foreign driver’s licence

Step 2 – Pass the knowledge test and the vision test

Step 3 – Pay the applicable fees for:

  • The knowledge test
  • the Class 6D licence

Payment methods

At our service outlets, we accept payment:

  • in cash
  • by Interac (debit card)—not available in some service outlets
  • by cheque or money order

Payment by credit card is not accepted.

If you fail the knowledge test

You must wait at least 28 days before you will be allowed to retake the knowledge test. You will have to reschedule another appointment.

To keep your Class 6D driver's licence

If you have fewer than 5 years of driving experience

You must :

  • comply with the zero alcohol rule 
  • have fewer than 4 demerit point on your driving record

If you have 5 or more years of driving experience

You must:

  • comply with the zero alcohol rule until you reach the age of 22
  • have fewer than:
    • 8 demerit points, if you are under age 23
    • 12 demerit points, if you are age 23 or 24
    • 15 demerit points, if you are age 25 or older

If you are under age 16

You are prohibited from carrying a passenger. If you fail to obey this rule, you face a $100 fine, in addition to other costs.

Warning

A section for you

For an enjoyable and safe scooter ride, make sure you are visible, wear the right clothing, know your limits, stay alert and anticipate risks. All these topics and more are discussed in the On a Moped or Scooter section.