The Saskatchewan motorcycle novice license stage of the Saskatchewan graduated motorcycle license program, actually consists of two phases, where new motorbike drivers develop stronger on-road motorcycle handling skills and gradually become a more capable motorcycle driver over time. To enter the novice stage, you first need to demonstrate strong motorcycle riding skills in a motorcycle road test. You then need to maintain a clean driving record over the course of both Novice 1 & 2 stages to ensure you can get your full M endorsement licence in the shortest time possible. Obviously, driving a motor bike on public roads also requires the appropriate documentation for your bike and adequate motorcycle insurance.
Learner Licence + 12 Months + Road Test → Novice 1 Licence
Novice 1 Licence + Safe Riding (12 Months) → Novice 2 Licence
The two novice licensing stages engage both the theoretical concepts one learns at the Saskatchewan motorcycle learner license stage and actual motorcycle driving practice, to demonstrate that you are a capable and confident motorcycle rider. Follow the requirements outlined in each of the tabs below to get the Saskatchewan motorcycle novice license - levels 1 & 2 in the shortest time possible.
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