How Old Do You Have to Be to Get Your M License in Ontario?

    In Ontario, you must be at least 16 years old to obtain your M (motorcycle) license. This initial M1 license allows you to ride under specific conditions, such as no riding at night, no passengers, and a zero alcohol level. After passing a written test and a vision test, you receive your M1 license, which is valid for 90 days. To graduate to the M2 license, you must pass a motorcycle skills test within the M1’s validity period. The M2 license permits riding without restrictions like carrying passengers and riding at night but still prohibits alcohol consumption. After holding the M2 for 18 to 22 months (depending on whether you complete a certified motorcycle safety course), you can take the final road test to obtain your full M license, allowing unrestricted motorcycle operation in Ontario.