Beginning with the "Alberta motorcycle learners license", the Alberta graduated motorcycle license program is designed to ensure that all new motorcycle drivers, go through all of the steps necessary to become qualified, safe motorcycle operators. Driving a motorcycle in Alberta means you must know all the road signs and rules of the road that apply to motorcycle driving - this is the Alberta motorcycle learners stage. In addition you should also be fully competent with motorcycle riding maneuvers and hazard avoidance to ensure safety for all users of the road. These aspects are addressed in the Class 6 GDL stage and the final, full privilege Class 6 stage.
Class 7L (12 months) + Motorcycle Knowledge Test + Class 6 Road Test → Class 6 GDL
Whether you're a new or experienced Alberta driver, it's imperative that you go through all the necessary learning and skills practice if you want to get through the Alberta motorcycle GDL in the shortest time possible. At ICanDrive.ca, we strive to make your Alberta motorcycle licensing journey as easy as possible, so we've put together information covering everything from the Alberta class 6 knowledge test, to road test tips and license restrictions that you should be aware of and much more. But remember, being a responsible motorcycle operator also includes having sufficient Alberta motorcycle insurance and all other required vehicle documentation as well. Click the tabs below for more.
While it's true that most aspiring drivers in Alberta are looking for an Alberta car driving license or the motorcycle license Alberta offers, some want or need a more specific type of licence such as the Alberta truck license, or an Alberta air brake license, or an Alberta bus license, or Alberta boat license. Regardless of which kind of Alberta drivers license you need to apply for, we strive to accommodate. Click for more information.