While Nunavut currently does not yet have a formal Nunavut graduated motorcycle license program (MGDL), the legislation is under review (just like the Nunavut graduated car driving license). In the meantime, our team at ICanDrive.ca has put together the steps needed to get your Nunavut motorcycle license in the simplest way possible.
In order to become completely certified to drive a motorcycle in Nunavut, you need to first get a Class 6 Nunavut motorcycle learners license, then practice as a learner, then pass a Class 6 road test. Once you have passed the road test, you qualify for your final Class 6 NU motorcycle licence.
Choose a motorcycle license level to learn more.
The two motorcycle licenses you need to prepare for and get to be fully certified to drive a motorcycle in Nunavut (within the existing Nunavut graduated motorcycle license process), can seem a bit confusing. Our goal is to make the process as simple and quick as possible.
Learner Licence --> Class 6 Motorcycle License
Those aspiring to become Nunavut motorcycle drivers need to begin the process by studying the Nunavut road signs and road rules as explained in the Nunavut Drivers Manual, and then pass the learners test to get their Nunavut learner licence. Our free Nunavut Class 7 practice test tutorials, and Nunavut motorcycle practice test can really help solidify your driving knowledge before attempting the learners test.
7L + Written Test + Vision Test → Nunavut Learner License (6L)
Your Class 5 Licence is a prerequisite to getting your motorcycle licence:
Here's how to get your learner licence:
Study the Nunavut Driver's Manual
Take and pass the knowledge test
Pass a vision test
A wait time of 1 month is required between getting a learner licence and taking the Class 6 road test. You must pass the Class 6 road test to be eligible for a Class 6 Nunavut motorcycle drivers license. Obviously, driving a motorbike comes with a significant amount of responsibility, including having adequate Nunavut motorcycle insurance and the appropriate documentation for your motor cycle.
Driving as a learner (1 month/4 weeks) + Class 6 road test → Class 6 License
Regardless of which kind of Nunavut driver's licence you require, we'd like to help make the process easier.
Depending on where you live, the process of getting a Canada drivers license varies. Choosing your province or territory of residence allows us to direct you to the appropriate resources for the best driver licensing information for where you reside.