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Training Course for Motorcycle Class 6A, 6B, 6C

COURSE PROFILE AND ASSOCIATED SERVICES

 

COURSE OUTLINE

  • 6 hours of theory classes

  • 16 hours of closed-circuit training hours

  • 10 hours of open-road training hours

    Duration: 1 months to obtain a class 6A.

OPTIONAL THEORY COURSE FOR EXAM PREP - 6R (no extra charge)

During this two hour theory course, we will provide you with key information to be successful to obtain your 6R drivers licence. 

TRAINING AT A DRIVING SCHOOL

Here you will practice the proper techniques and manoeuvres to operate a motorcycle.
You must take at least 30 days to pass this course, which consists of two blocks:

Step 1 - Theoretical courses to prepare you to operate a motorcycle on a closed track
      Course duration: 3 hours

Step 2 - Practical training, driving on a closed track

      Course duration: 4 sessions of 4 hours each for a total of 16 hours

Step 3 - Theoretical courses to prepare you to operate a motorcycle on the road

      Course duration: 3 hours

Step 4 - Practical training, driving on the open road

      Course duration: 1 x 2 hour & 2 x 4 hour for a total of 10 hours

If the instructor concludes that you have passed the training, the driving school will give you an attestation.
 

Once you have completed the training, you may take the closed track test to obtain a Class 6A learner’s licence.
With a Class 6A learner’s licence, you may operate a motorcycle with an experienced accompanying rider

You must hold a Class 6A learner’s licence for at least 11 months.

BEFORE TAKING THE CLOSED TRACK ROAD TEST

You must have held a Class 6R licence for at least one month

 

MOTORCYCLE USED DURING THE TEST

We can provide you a motorcycle for a cost of $74.00+tx.

We will provide you with a receipt that you must present along with your attestation when presenting yourself at the SAAQ.
 

THE CLOSED CIRCUIT ROAD EXAM

During the test, the examiner will give you instructions on the specific manoeuvres to carry out.

For example, you will be asked to:

 * Move forward and stop

 * Ride at low speed

 * Ride in a curve

 * Make a right turn

 * Carry out a slalom manoeuvre

 * Carry out an emergency braking manoeuvre

 * Avoid an obstacle

Whether or not you pass the test, the examiner will take the time to point out your strong points and those that need improvement.

Your Class 6A learner's licence authorizes you to get out on the road and perfect your skills for at least 11 months under the supervision of an accompanying rider.

Take advantage of this opportunity to log as many hours of riding as possible in order to make regular progress.

OBLIGATIONS OF LEARNER'S LICENCE HOLDERS

Always drive with an accompanying rider–that is, a motorcyclist who is riding on his or her own motorcycle and who has held a valid Class 6A, 6B or 6C driver's licence for at least 2 years. Never carry any passengers

 

THE FINAL ROAD TEST

The road test is the final step before obtaining a Class 6A, 6B or 6C driver’s licence or probationary licence.

 

MOTORCYCLE USED DURING THE TEST

We will provide you with a receipt that you must present along with your attestation when presenting yourself at the SAAQ.

BEFORE TAKING THE TEST​

You must have held a Class 6A learner’s licence for at least 11 months.

For this test, you can choose the cylinder capacity you want to use. However, make sure the motorcycle matches the class of licence you want to obtain:

 * Cylinder capacity of more than 400 cc to obtain Class 6A (all motorcycles)

 * Cylinder capacity of 126 cc to 400 cc to obtain Class 6B

 * Cylinder capacity of 125 cc or less to obtain Class 6C


Your final road test consists of the following: 

The road test is designed to assess your ability to operate a motorcycle in common situations, such as:

 * Merging with traffic

 * Stopping at an intersection

 * Making turns

 * Changing lanes

You will be evaluated on the following points:

Your driving skills as you execute the manoeuvres whether you obey traffic rules and your ability to drive safely your ability to control the

motorcycle and your riding behaviour

TEST PROCEDURE

The examiner will take the time to explain the test procedure. You will then be asked to wear a vest displaying the words “Examen moto SAAQ.”

The examiner will then follow you in an automobile driven by an assistant. The vehicle is equipped with a sign displaying the words “Examen moto SAAQ.” You will be provided with a hearing device to hear the examiner's instructions.

 

Whether you pass or fail the test, the examiner will take the time to indicate your strong points as well as the areas that need improvement.

Passing mark the passing mark is 75%.

If you fail the test: You must wait at least 56 days before you will be allowed to retake the test. You will have to make another appointment.

 

 

To Register for the course

There are two ways to register: 

1. Call us at 514-457-7777

2. Online at www.wiml.ca - go to Register online, section motorcycle course

It is important to register early. Our classes are in high demand and fill up quickly. 

The West Island Motor League is conveniently located in the heart of Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue.

The school is housed in our own building facing Lake St-Louis. Ample parking right next door. We also have limited parking on site.

For more information regarding our easy payment plan, student discounts, group specials, seasonal bonuses and gift certificates call us at 514.457.7777.

 

We offer 24/7 phone service, to assist our customers and their busy schedules.
 

Types: Debit Visa, Visa, and MasterCard, Cheque and cash are accepted.

Reference: https://saaq.gouv.qc.ca/en/drivers-licences/obtaining-licence/motorcycle-6a-6b-6c-6e/motorcycle-classes-6a-6b-6c/

Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Posted at 15h06 EST 

Information is subject to change at any time, this information is non-binding as errors may arise from time to time.