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Road tests for Limited-Speed Motorcycles (LSMs) and Mopeds
Drivers can take the road test on a limited-speed motorcycle or moped and receive a driver’s licence for the operation of this type of vehicle only.
The type of M licence issued will be based on the type of vehicle used for the road test:
  • If you bring an LSM or moped for the M1 road test and pass this test, you will be issued a restricted M2 licence with an "L" condition.
  • If you bring a LSM or moped for the M2 road test and pass this test, you will be issued a restricted M licence with an “L” condition.
  • If you bring a full-speed motorcycle for the M1 road test and pass this test, you will be issued a Class M2 licence, which allows you to operate a motorcycle, a limited-speed motorcycle and a moped.
  • If you bring a full-speed motorcycle for the M2 road test and pass this test, you will be issued a Class M licence, which allows you to operate a motorcycle, a limited-speed motorcycle and a moped.
M1 Road Test for LSMs and Mopeds
The M1 road test for LSMs and mopeds is the same as the M1 road test for motorcycles. The test will be completed mainly on a Drive Test site and the applicant will be required to complete a three-part motorcycle skill test, including driving through sets of cones to test manoeuvring skills.
The restricted M1 licence must be held at least 60 days before applicants are eligible to attempt the M1 road test. The M1 licence is valid for 90 days. Remember, if you take the road test on your motor scooter or moped, you will receive a driver’s licence that allows you to operate these types of vehicles only. If you take the road test on a motorcycle, you will receive a driver’s licence that allows you to operate a motorcycle, LSM and moped.
Booking your M1 Road Test
Important: Applicants should decide what type of motorcycle licence they need and bring in the appropriate vehicle to do the road tests. The applicant will be informed prior to booking that if a limited-speed motorcycle with a maximum speed of 70 km/hr or a moped is used for a road test, then a restricted M2 licence will be issued, allowing them to operate that vehicle type only.
M2 Road Test for LSMs and Mopeds
The M2 road test for LSMs and mopeds is the same as the M2 road test for motorcycles with the exception of the freeway portion of the test, which has been omitted. You will be required to complete the business section of the road test on a roadway with a posted speed limit of 50 km/hr.
Important: Your LSM or moped must be capable of maintaining a safe speed on the 50km/hr road to complete the test. Before the road test can begin, you will be required to sign a declaration on the M2 Examination form that your LSM or moped is capable of maintaining a safe speed on a 50 km/hr road. If you are unable to sign the declaration, your road test will be cancelled and you may be charged half of your test fee. The safe speed may vary depending on road and traffic conditions. The examiner will give you directions through a disposable earphone and, as you complete the tasks, the examiner will watch to make sure you successfully perform the skills that are required in the road test.
The restricted M2 licence must be held for 22 months (18 months if taking a ministry approved motorcycle) before taking your M2 road test.
Important: If you take the road test on your motor scooter or moped, you will receive a driver’s licence that allows you to operate these types of vehicles only. If you take the road test on a motorcycle, you will receive a driver’s licence that allows you to operate a motorcycle, LSM and moped.
Booking your M2 Road Test
Important: To book an M2 road test, applicants are required to indicate if the test will be taken with an LSM, moped or motorcycle. If you said you were going to bring in a full-speed motorcycle but you bring in a limited-speed motorcycle, you will forfeit half of your road test fee. The automated on-line and telephone booking systems will inform and instruct applicants about booking an LSM or moped test.
 
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