Obtaining a Licence

Conditions for obtaining a class 6E licence (3-wheel motorcycle)

Step 2 Conditions for obtaining a class 6E licence (3-wheel motorcycle)

    • Costs

      • Driver’s licence: $105.99 – annual cost
      • Adding Class 6E to a Class 5 licence: $16.20
      • Class 5 driver’s licence with Class 6E: $169.92 – annual cost

In order to obtain a Class 6E motorcycle licence, you must:

  • Hold a valid Class 5 (passenger vehicle) licence
  • Successfully complete the Road Safety Education Program – Operating a Three-Wheeled Motorcycle driving course. This one-day course must be taken at a driving school recognized by the Association québécoise des transports(AQTr). It consists of:
    • 3 hours of theoretical training
    • 2 hours of closed-track training
    • 2 hours of on-road training
    • a 1-hour evaluation
  • pay the licence fees that apply

Class 5 learner’s licence or probationary licence holders are not eligible to obtain a Class 6E licence.

On a motorcycle, wear the right gear at all times

Wearing full motorcycle safety gear is your only protection in the event of an accident or a fall:

  • A helmet that meets safety standards, with a visor or protective goggles
  • A long-sleeved jacket made of leather or an anti-abrasive material, such as Kevlar or Cordura
  • Long pants made of leather or an anti-abrasive material
  • Leather gloves that cover the wrists
  • Boots with grip soles and flat heels designed for motorcycle riding

To find out more, go to the page Motorcycle Helmets and Protective Gear.

Last update: July 21, 2021