The age qualification for driving a motorcycle with an engine capacity not exceeding 125 cubic centimeters is the same as for a motorcar, station wagon or rental car, i.e., 17 years of age.
Upon successfully passing the written portion of the driver’s exam and paying the prescribed fee of CI$60.00, you can obtain a learner's to ride Group (s) 0 or 1.
Once you’re confident in your ability to show that control can be maintained, schedule an appointment with a driving examiner to go through the practical portion of the exam. Remember, your ability to control your motorcycle will determine whether you are successful in obtaining a full drivers’ licence. There is a fee of $50.00 for the practical and $40.00 for the upgrade.
Thinking of upgrading to a bigger bike? If so, you will be required to apply for a Group 1A licence. You must be at least 19 years of age. Once you have held your Group 1 for at least one year you must first apply for a group 1A learners' licence which cost $60.00 and book a road exam at a cost of $50.00. After passing the practical exam you will be required to pay $40.00 for the upgrade. You may apply for the 1A (T.R. 14) by visiting us at any of our convenient locations.
To schedule an appointment with one of our Driving Examiners, you may produce to the Examiner proof that you have held a full Group 1 licence for a motorcycle of an engine capacity not exceeding 125 cubic centimetres for a period not exceeding one year prior to his application and successfully complete a basic rider-safety course approved by the Director and pay an upgrade fee of $40.00.
Motorcycles over 125 cc are generally larger in size and weight, than those of 125 cc and less. Therefore you will be required to again show your ability in maintaining proper control and balance.
An ADI is a Driving Instructor who has been certified by the Department of Vehicle & Drivers’ Licensing by undergoing a series of test. The introduction of the Register is part of the driving standards programme, which aims to improve the standard of driving especially amongst teenage drivers, and to reduce the number of serious accidents in that category. (The ADI Register and Exams)