You will learn how to handle a motorcycle, share the road and apply the OEA strategy (Observe – Evaluate – Act). The course has a minimum duration of 32 hours:
A 6-hour theoretical component
A 16-hour practical component on a closed track
A 10-hour practical component on the road (the last hour is reserved for your evaluation)
You can register for a driving course before you turn 16 to complete the theoretical component of Block 1.
Your learner’s licence is required to operate a motorcycle during your driving course. To learn how to prepare for the SAAQ’s knowledge test, visit Obtaining a Driver’s Licence: Motorcycles (Classes 6A, 6B and 6C).
The course consists of 2 blocks. You must take at least 30 days to pass this course.
If the instruction concludes that you have passed the training, the driving school will give you an attestation.
To take the road tests or to learn about the process for obtaining your licence, visit Obtaining a Motorcycle Driver's Licence (Classes 6A, 6B and 6C).
Last update: February 1, 2022