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how to get class M licence in Ontario


how to get class M licence in Ontario

This is the motorcycle licence. It will make you look really cool in addition to letting you drive really fun vehicles. This license includes motorcycles along with motor tricycles, limited-speed motorcycles (“Vespas”) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). You can even drive G-class vehicles too, but only with the conditions of a G1 driver. Class M also has graduated licensing.

Motorcycles, including limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). Class M holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a Class G1 licence holder.

May also drive a vehicle in class: M with condition L (motor scooters and mopeds)

Class M1 and M2

Class M1 licence: Let’s you drive class M vehicles for learning purposes for up to 90 days. No highways, no night driving, and no alcohol.

Level 1 of graduated licensing for motorcycles, including limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). M1 holders may drive a motorcycle under certain conditions.

Class M2 licence: Most of the restrictions from M1 are gone, but still no alcohol. You must hold an M1 Licence at least 60 days before attempting the riding test.

Level 2 of graduated licensing for motorcycles, including limited-speed motorcycles (motor scooters) and motor-assisted bicycles (mopeds). M2 holders may drive a motorcycle but only with a zero-blood-alcohol level. Holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a Class G1 licence holder.