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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find a list of complete and very practical answers. Don’t forget, our experts are best placed to answer your questions.
How to get your motorcycle licence?
If you already have a full-privilege B.C. driver's licence (Class 1-5), there are 3 basic steps to get your motorcycle.

Step 1: Pass the motorcycle knowledge test.

Step 2: Pass the motorcycle skills test (MST - test on parking lot).

After at least 14 days with your learners you can take the motorcycle skills test or take certified motorcycle training, and qualify there is no waiting period and the motorcycle skills test is included.

Current YETI note: We are working hard to bring MST (MSA- Motorcycle Skills Assessment - equivalent MST) to our school and hoping to be able to do that soon in 2024. If for some reason we won’t be able conduct MST (MSA) in school after training, We will provide motorcycle for you to do MST with ICBC and additional training if necessary for Free in Dawson Creek. (like we did in 2023, we had 39 students passed MST with this scenario). If for some reason student didn’t succeeded MST in first try, we will provide additional training with NO charge!

Step 3: Pass the motorcycle road test. After at least 30 days of being a learner, you can get your full licence by passing the class 6 road test.

Please see here for more information https://www.icbc.com.

Note: All 3 steps must be completed in 12 mounts after your knowledge test otherwise your licence is expired and you have to start from step 1 again.
My motorcycle L licence has expired, do I have to take the knowledge test and skills test again?
Yes, you'll have to repeat both the knowledge test and motorcycle skills test. Learn more about getting a motorcycle licence.
Can I just rent school vehicle for my road test?
Short answer is NO. Road Test Rental available ONLY for YETI students with sufficient skills assessed by YETI instructor. If you have not completed any lessons with YETI, you do not qualify for this service. The number of lessons depends on your personal skills (minimum 3 hours).
How many lessons will I need to learn to drive?
This depends on the individual, as every student has different abilities, needs, levels of experience and different opportunities to practice. Be aware of anyone who “quotes” a number of lessons over the phone as it is impossible, without first assessing your current skill levels. Once our Driving Instructor have assessed your current skill level, ability and have ascertained how much practice you can obtain between lessons, we will be able to provide you with an accurate estimate.

Please keep in mind that you can never have too many lessons as the more professional training you have then the safer you will become prior to going solo.

Am I able to have driving lessons in my own/family or friends car?
Short answer is NO. In British Columbia, driving schools are only allowed to provide training on a school owned and properly equipped vehicle.
How do I book my driving test?
When you are ready, your Please book your road test on https://www.icbc.com.

If you'd like to use our vehicle for your road test, please confirm availability before booking the road test with ICBC.
Why do I need to practice my driving?
Practicing driving is important for getting better at it, feeling more comfortable, and keeping everyone safe on the road. When you practice regularly, you become more familiar with how the car works, the rules of the road, and how to handle different traffic situations. It's like learning to predict and react to things while driving. This practice also helps you feel less nervous about driving. Overall, it's like training to be a good and safe driver, making sure you're ready for anything that might happen while you're on the road and keeping everyone safe.

ICBC Recommends you get at least 60 hours of practice time before booking your road test.