What is the Difference Between M2 and M License Ontario?

    In Ontario, the main difference between an M2 and an M license lies in the stages of motorcycle licensing. An M2 license allows you to ride motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds on public roads, but with certain restrictions such as zero blood alcohol level and no passengers on your bike. To obtain an M2, you must pass a written test and a road test. On the other hand, an M license (full motorcycle license) lifts these restrictions, allowing you to ride without limits on passengers and with a blood alcohol level within legal limits. To get the M license, you need to pass an advanced road test after holding the M2 for a certain period (typically 18-22 months, depending on training courses taken). Both licenses require completion of a motorcycle safety course.