The road test is the final step before obtaining a Class 6A, 6B or 6C driver’s licence or probationary licence.
You must have held a Class 6A learner’s licence for at least 11 months.
We do not provide you with a motorcycle for the test. You must report to your test with a registered 2-wheel motorcycle that is equipped with a manual transmission, and in good mechanical condition.
For this test, you can choose the cylinder capacity you want to use. However, make sure the motorcycle matches the class of licence you want to obtain:
In order to be able to take your road test:
If your motorcycle is not in good mechanical condition, you will not be able to take the road test.
No components of the motorcycle may be held in place with bonding material, such as adhesive tape or a rope.
If you have a vintage motorcycle, it may not be acceptable for use during the road test due to the restrictions related to this type of registration.
Wearing a helmet that meets standards is mandatory. Your helmet must be equipped with a visor. Otherwise, you must wear protective goggles.
A full set of protective gear should be worn during the road test. We recommend that you wear:
The road test is designed to assess your ability to operate a motorcycle in common situations, such as:
You will be evaluated on the following points:
To prepare for the test properly, visit the page that provides additional information for the road test.
You must schedule an appointment and provide your Class 6A learner's licence number.
On the To Reach Us page, select the option “To make, change, cancel or check an appointment for a road test”
Step 1 – Go to the service outlet where you scheduled your test
Step 2 – Bring:
Step 3 – Pay the applicable fees for the test and, if you pass the test, the fees for:
If you cannot make it to the test
You must cancel your appointment at least 48 hours in advance otherwise you will be charged a cancellation fee.
In case of poor weather
Check whether your appointment has been cancelled.
The examiner will take the time to explain the test procedure. You will then be asked to wear a vest displaying the words “Examen moto SAAQ.”
The examiner will then follow you in an automobile driven by an assistant. The vehicle will be equipped with a sign displaying the words “Examen moto SAAQ.” You will be provided with a hearing device to hear the examiner's instructions.
Whether you pass or fail the test, the examiner will take the time to indicate your strong points as well as the areas that need improvement.
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.
The passing mark is 75%.
You must wait at least 56 days before you will be allowed to retake the test. You will have to make another appointment.
If you pass the test and you do not hold a Class 5 driver's licence, you will be issued a Class 6A, 6B or 6C probationary licence.
After 2 years, you may obtain a Class 6A, 6B or 6C driver's licence.
Last update: July 21, 2021