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Making an Appointment for a Driving Test – Motorcycles (Classes 6R, 6A, 6B and 6C)

You can make an appointment online for a knowledge or road test to obtain a Class 6R, 6A, 6B or 6C driver's licence.

Important! Before making an appointment, check the eligibility requirements to obtain a motorcycle driver’s licence.

Availability of Knowledge and Road Test Appointments

Please note that motorcycle road tests will end on October, 14.

To make an appointment for a test to obtain a Class 6R, 6A, 6B or 6C driver's licence to operate a motorcycle, you must be at least 16 years of age. For the road test, you must have taken a driving course in a school recognized by the SAAQ.

Note that to make an appointment to take a knowledge test to obtain a Class 6 licence using our online service, you must have an SAAQ file number. If you do not have a file with the SAAQ, please call us at 1 800 361 7620. 

On the day of the test

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Have on hand:

Approximate duration of the tests

Knowledge test: 1 hour

Closed track road test: 15 minutes per candidate (There are 8 to 15 candidates per group and candidates can leave once they have completed their test.)

Road test: 1 hour

Fees

Consult the table listing the costs for obtaining a licence for various classes of driver's licence.

Note: Licence fee instalment payments can only be made from your personal bank account.

To prepare for the tests

The SAAQ recommends studying the following reference guides:

You can also take the Check your Road Safety Knowledge quiz.

The only material you are allowed to use during the test is a dictionary that does not contain any illustrations, and the material provided by the SAAQ. Any other documents and all electronic devices are prohibited during the test (“cheat sheets,” notes, cell phones, smart watches, etc.). Having any prohibited material or electronic devices with you at the test, regardless of whether or not you actually use them, or trying in any way to contact someone or obtain outside assistance, will be considered cheating. Anyone found cheating will automatically fail all sections of the test and will have to wait at least 56 days before being allowed to take the test again. If it’s not the first time that person has been caught cheating, that person will have to wait at least 90 days.

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Last update: January 26, 2023

Service temporarily unavailable

Due to our system updates, this service will be unavailable as of 5:00 p.m. on January 26 and will gradually resume as of February 20. For more information, see our FAQ page.