Drivers who already hold a driver's license in New Brunswick can take tests to add the motorcycle endorsement to their license. You can also pass the written and road tests in order to get a Class 6 motorcycle license starting with a learner's permit.
The first step to getting a motorcycle endorsement or license in New Brunswick is to pass the written knowledge test. This test is comprised of questions drawn from the New Brunswick motorcycle handbook; you will be quizzed on knowledge of the rules of the road as well as road signs in order to pass the test. Prepare for the test by studying your handbook and taking practice tests on Icandrive.ca to get a feel for what the real test is like.
Improve your skills and prepare for the road test by taking a motorcycle safety training course to practice and prepare. Motorcycle training courses are the best way to ensure you are ready to pass the road test on the first try, and also to ensure you are the safest possible rider on the road. Icandrive.ca can help you to find a motorcycle school near you.
The road test will require you to perform maneuvers and show your skill on the motorcycle. Passing this test will earn you a full Class 6 license, otherwise known as the A endorsement on your driver's license. You can schedule your road test at any of the New Brunswick Driver Licensing locations across the province. You can also apply for a Class 6D license, which endorses you to ride any motorcycle under 550cc. For anything with a larger engine, you will require a Class 6.
As with a car, you are required by New Brunswick law to carry a minimum amount of insurance on your motorcycle. Icandrive.ca can help you get insurance quotes and get your bike covered properly.
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