This Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and Canadian Safety Council (CSC) recognized course is designed for the experienced riders preparing to upgrade to a permanent M license. This course will provide both theory and practical training. You will learn advanced defensive driving techniques, refresh your low & high-speed skills, learn vehicle control all while performing in a real traffic situation (you will ride on commercial, residential and expressway traffic). As a result of successfully completing this course (M road test included), you will be eligible to upgrade your license to an M license and may receive reduced insurance rates (check with your insurance provider). Note: Successful participants will need to present paperwork to your local DriveTest Centre (within 6 months) to physically upgrade your license from the M2 to the M.
Applicants who wish to get a license must be 16 years of age or over and possess a valid Ontario Ministry of Transportation M1 license. This special license is a 90-day permit to ride a motorcycle and is issued by the Ministry of Transportation upon successful completion of a written test. (Any applicants who presently possess a “Limited Speed Endorsement” or in other words, a scooter license, must obtain a “Full-speed Training Temporary Driver’s Licence”. This can be obtained at any DriveTest Centre. This is a 90 day permit which allows you to take the course and update your Limited Speed Licence to a full speed M2 license.) Applicants must provide their own helmet, leather gloves, jacket (leather, jean or ballistic nylon), pants and above the ankle leather footwear. Note: Running shoes are NOT acceptable.
What you will Learn:
- Learn defensive driving techniques
- Refresh your low speed skills
- Learn vehicle control
- Practice emergency measures
- Perform in traffic situations
- Practice high speed pattern riding
- Ride using advanced riding procedures
1 weekend, Friday evening 6:00-10:30 pm, Saturday 7-12 or 1-6 pm, Sunday available between 7-5 pm for a 1 hr road test. Courses run from April 29 to September 30, 2018