Obtaining a Licence

A Class 6E 3-wheel motorcycle is

A motorcycle that does not have a side-car and that:

  • is designed to move on 3 wheels in contact with the ground
  • is designed so that its wheels remain perpendicular to the road in curves
  • is equipped with seats that the riders must straddle
  • does not have a structure partially or entirely concealing the driver and passenger, except the part in front of the driver and the seat backrest

Holders of a Class 6E licence are also authorized to drive 2-wheel motorcycles on which a conversion kit—composed of a metal structure and of a pair of auxiliary wheels aligned on the axle of the motorcycle’s back wheel—has been installed.

Note that the definition of a 3-wheel motorcycle for rating purposes may differ.


Last update: August  4, 2022