Just as there is a graduated licensing system for car drivers in the Yukon, there is also a Yukon graduated motorcycle license process one has to go through to get a Yukon motorbike driving license. The three step Yukon graduated motorcycle license system is designed to ensure that all Yukon motorcycle riders are well-trained on motorcycle driving techniques and able to operate safely under a variety of conditions.
Our team has worked hard to help make your Yukon motorcycle licensing journey as simple as possible. Just follow along with the steps outlined below and you will easily get through the Yukon graduated motorcycle license process and be driving a motorcycle with complete freedom in no time.
As mentioned above, the Yukon graduated motorcycle license process is a three stage process whereby new riders gradually build strong motorcycle handling, hazard awareness and safe driving techniques before they become fully licensed.
Class 6 Learner License + Class 6 Novice Licence → Class 6 Licence
In order to get your Class 6 Yukon motorcycle learners licence, you need to pass both a written test and a vision test. The expectation at the learner stage is that a new rider will have a strong understanding of Yukon road signs and road rules. The best way to prepare for the Class 6 learner test is by studying the information in the Yukon Learn to Ride Smart Guide and using our Class 6 Yukon practice test sets.
Knowledge Test + Vision Test → Class 6 Learner Licence
You can get your learner licence once you turn 15.
Here's how to get your Class 6 learner licence:
Bring personal identification
Bring the associated test fees
Take and pass the knowledge test
Pass a vision test
Stage 2 of the Yukon motorcycle graduated driver licensing process is getting your Class 6 novice licence. This will allow you to drive without supervision, but with some specific restrictions after you pass a road test. Obviously, you must also have documentation for your motorbike and of course, adequate Yukon motorcycle insurance anytime you drive your bike on public roads.
16 years old + Practice riding (6 months) + Road Test → Class 6 Novice Licence
You must remain at the Class 6 learner level for a minimum of 6 months and until you are 16 years old to apply:
Here's how to get your Class 6 Novice licence:
Bring a motorcycle in good condition
Bring your Class 6 learner licence with you
Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment
Pass the road test
You need to remain at the Class 6 novice level for at least 18 months before you can move to the final Yukon motorcycle licensing stage.
Practice Riding(18 months) → Class 6 Licence
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