Motor Bike - Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge & Guelph Area

Motor Bike Driving Course - there's nothing quite like driving a motorcycle.

Conestoga Motorcycle Driver Training - Driving School in Kitchener

Conestoga has been offering motorcycle driver training to new and experienced riders since 1976. For all of our riding programs, participants must come prepared with ...

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Do you want to be able to ride a motorcycle? You either love it, or you don't. From the first time you get on a bike, you should know whether this is something you want to do - or something you don't. For a lot of people, it clicks right away. The wind in your hair, the freedom, the ride - it's just completely different from driving a car. If you want to ride a motorcycle, you'll need to start out with your M1 license and eventually graduate to your M2. It's similar to having a G1 & G2 license with a car. Except that, there is no G equivalent. Once you have your M2, you are a fully licensed motorbike driver.

motor bike Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge & Guelph Area


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By taking an MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education Course at a driving school, G1 licence holders may qualify for a four-month reduction in the 12-month minimum G1-licensing period as well as a potential reduction in insurance premiums.

Most driving schools instructors are thrive on teaching new and experienced drivers to become a safer driver in Kitchener-Waterloo area. You will not learn driving, you will be entitles insurance discount when you pass full package course. Ask one of the driving schools listed & enroll with local driving school today!

Driving is a Privilege,
Not a Right

Driving Privileges is common misconception that any person in the Canada has a right to drive. There is no such right in the Constitution. Driving a motor vehicle is a privilege, and that privilege can be taken away or modified based on certain conduct, including several issues surrounding drunk driving cases.