DRIVING A THREE-WHEELED MOTORCYCLE (SPYDER)

A three-wheeled motorcycle is a motorcycle that is not equipped with a sidecar and has the following characteristics:

  • It is designed to move on 3 wheels in contact with the ground;
  • It is designed so that its wheels remain perpendicular to the road in curves;
  • It is equipped with seats that occupants must straddle; and
  • It does not have a structure partially or entirely concealing the driver and passenger, except the part in front of the driver and the seat backrest.

The holder of a license to drive a passenger vehicle (class5) who wishes to drive a three-wheeled motorcycle and il not the holder of a license to drive a motorcycle (class 6A, 6B, or 6C) must take a course to drive a three-wheeled motorcycle.

Steps to obtain a license for a three-wheeled motorcycle

  • 3 hours of theory must be completed before starting the practice.
  • 4 hours of practice
    • 2 hours in a closed circuit
    • 2 hours on the road

To join the school member of the AECQ nearest you, see our list of members giving the three-wheeled motorcycle under FIND A DRIVING SCHOOL.