Steps for obtaining a light motorcycle licence

1. Register for our light motorcycle course

Fill in a registration form to sign up. We will contact you to set a schedule for driving lessons.

2. We will create a personal training plan for you and take care of the driving licence permit application

For obtaining a driving licence, you need a driving licence permit from Trafi. Ajovarma, Trafi's service provider, processes driving licence permit applications. If you do not already have a driving licence, you must attach 2 passport photos with your application - no other attachments are usually required! If you already have a driving licence, signing the application suffices. On the other hand, this is a good opportunity to update the picture on your driving licence.

Submitting a driving licence permit application is easy to do by visiting your local Ajovarma office. As the application takes one to two weeks to process, submit your application well before your 16th birthday.

3. Take part in theory lessons

Helping our learners to become safe drivers also plays a major role in our light motorcycle training. That’s why we offer, in addition to the legal minimum requirement, a range of packages from which you can select the suitable number of lessons. All our light motorcycle courses include a 4-hour safety training, which serves as the official start of the course.

Driving school always kicks off with theory studies.

4. Take the theory test

You can take the theory test at your nearest examination location. You can take the theory test no earlier than one month before your 16th birthday. You must apply for a driving licence permit and complete the 4-hour safety training before taking the theory test. Take a photo ID, consent signed by your guardian and a certificate of instruction and examination (form E100) with attachments with you to the theory test, and be prepared to pay for your driving and theory tests.

The driving school books you a time for the theory test and provides you with a form for a guardian’s consent (ask at least one of your guardians to fill it in!) and a certificate of instruction and examination (form E100) with attachments.

5. Take part in driving instruction

You can start driving instruction after you have completed the 4-hour safety training.  In addition, we recommend that you successfully complete the first level of the theoretical studies in your digital learning environment. Driving instruction is always designed on the basis of the package selected by the learner and customised to meet the learner’s specific needs. Our professional instructors take care of your tuition!

6. Take the handling and driving test

When you take the handling and driving test, you need to have suitable driving equipment (helmet, jacket, protective long-sleeve trousers, gloves and shoes). You can get the equipment required from your CAP driving school. The handling test comprises five assignments: slow-speed manoeuvres, swerving, gates, stop and go and emergency braking. The driving test is designed to determine whether the candidates have the ability to identify risk factors and to assess risks and their own actions and the impact those have on safety in traffic.

Take an ID and a certificate of instruction and examination with you to the handling and driving test. If you pass the test, you will get a temporary driving licence. Your final driving licence will be sent to you later by post.