Once you've passed through the PEI Motorcycle Learner and PEI Motorcycle Stage 2 of the PEI MGDL program, you become eligible for the PEI Motorcycle Stage 3 License. There is no written or practical testing required to get this license, however, you do need to drive your motorbike safely within the restrictions of a Stage 2 license for 1 year before you become eligible for a PEI motorcycle Stage 3 license. This is the last stage before one can qualify for a full, unrestricted, Class 6 PEI motorcycle license.
1 year of safe riding at the Stage 2 level → PEI Stage 3 licence
The important thing to focus on to get your PEI Motorcycle Stage 3 License, is to drive safely and within the rules of your Stage 2 licence class. Any suspensions or license cancellation will impact the time it will take you to get your Stage 3 licence. (Our free PEI motorcycle practice test and our PEI road rules & road signs practice test series can be a great way to refresh your motorcycle driving knowledge if you desire.) You must of course also maintain the proper registration documents for your bike and have sufficient PEI motorcycle insurance in place anytime you are driving your motorcycle. Click the tabs below for more info.