Got my Class 6 (2 wheels) in March`81,my class 5 (4 wheels) a year later.I don`t think you can ride here without a license,you have to be licensed but can buy a TOP(temporary operations permit) to cover anything from 2 weeks of insurance to 3 months.Am I totally confusing?????..................ken.
-----we must have a m/c license & as he pointed out it is called a Class 6. This went into effect around 1968.
About every 4 to 6 yrs the RCMP are stopping ALL riders to see if they have said license.
First time this went into effect I was stopped numerous times & this one Constable (who I knew a bit from shooting up on our gun range) apoligized, realizing he had stopped me three times, so then I was nosey enough to ask why & he pointed out as of to date they found something like over 90% of the m/cs did NOT have a Class 6 License.
I do not know what it is like in other Province though lived & rode in Manitoba, Saskatchewan & Alberta, but this was before the manditory liability insurance & m/c license went into effect.
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