In order to ensure that every BC motorcycle driver is fully equipped to deal with any road situation, the BC graduated motorcycle licensing process makes sure that every motorcycle driver goes through a rigorous training process. The first step to getting the Motorcycle License BC makes available, is determined by whether you are at the completely new rider stage, or BC learner driver (L) stage, or BC novice driver (N) stage, or whether you are a full-privileged BC drivers license holder with more than 2 years of driving experience at the class 1-5 levels.
Experienced drivers, holding full-privilege licenses with more than 2 years of driving experience follow a process similar to the 6L process with some slight changes that build on your existing driving experience.
If you are a new driver or a driver currently at the learner (L) or novice (N) stages within another British Columbia license class, then you will be working towards getting a Class 8L BC motorcycle learners license.
We know you're probably very eager to get your BC motorcycle learners license as soon as you can. In order to make that process as smooth as possible we have compiled the information you need to know in a way that is easy to understand. From requirements before starting, to test fees, what to expect and what getting your 8L or 6L licence really means, we have everything covered. Click on the tabs below and read through the material at your own pace and make sure you take advantage of all the tips to help you get your BC motorcycle learners on the first try.
At ICanDrive.ca, we strive to provide information on most kinds of BC driver's license types. Not all aspiring British Columbia drivers are looking for a BC car drivers license or a BC motorcycle drivers license. Some British Columbia drivers are in need of more specialized types of driving licenses such as the BC truck license, or a BC bus license, a BC air brake license or a BC boat license. Click the links for more.