Alberta Moped LawsMoped Defintion
A moped is a two or three wheeled vehicle that has an engine that has a cyclinder capacity less than 50c.c.
Any cycle propelled by human power on which a person may ride, regardless of the number of wheels it may has.
a wheeled vehicle with seat(s) for one or more riders which is propelled exclusively by the human power of the rider(s). a bicycle , a motor cycle or a moped.
Moped License Requirements
A Class 6 or 7 Vehicle license is required to be able to operate a moped legally.
To obtain a license, anyone under 18 years of age that is not married or self-supporting must provide consent from a parent or guardian. A parent or guardian must provide consent for a first time licence application or ID card. Those with a Class 6 License may operate a motorcycle or a moped, or all motor vehicles under Class 5, for learning only.The minimum learning or licencing age is 16. The requirements are a written test and vision screening and a road test for applicants with a Class 7. A written test, vision screening and skill test for applicants with a Class 5 or better.To obtain a class 6 license, you must pass a vehicle road test with a motorcycle without a sidecar.
A Class 7 License also allows its holders to operate a moped. Additionally, Class 7 licenses can operate a motor vehicle referred to in the Class 5 category, as a learner only and a motorcycle, as a learner only, if the operator is at least 16 years of age.The requirements for obtaining a Class 7 license include a written test and vision screening.
A 5 year operator's license in Alberta costs $65.00. A license knowledge test costs $20.00, and a Class 6 Road test costs $56.00.
Mopeds must be registered and insured to be operated in Alberta. The cost of moped or motorcycle license plates for one year is $46.00.
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