UAE Bike License

To apply for a Motorcycle driving license, you must be 17 years old and above.

Types of Motorcycle Driving Lessons

Motorcycle License– Beginner (No motorcycle driving license from home country)

Motorcycle License – Intermediate (With valid motorcycle driving license from your home country)

GCC – Holding valid GCC motorcycle license as per RTA terms

Others – for drivers already having a valid UAE Driving license and want to apply for the Motorcycle category

Course Registration: Documents required for bike license in Dubai:

Original Emirates ID.

Eye Test (from Bin Yaber Driving Institute (Head Office) or from any RTA Authorized Optical Shop).

Original and valid UAE/home country or other country licenses. Translated/attested if required.

Residents from other emirates can apply for a Dubai license with the conditions mentioned below.

1. If the applicant’s company branch is available in Dubai with the same company name

2. Valid trade license copy from both emirates and NOC from Dubai branch addressed to RTA

3. Tenancy Contract and Dewa bill under the name of the applicant


Motorcycle Driving Course – Training Details

Other than these, we have various arrangements for corporate accounts.

Motorbike License Special Requirements

Existing bike license file transfer from other institutes in Dubai/Emirates

Original No Objection Letter from previous school/institute, or RTA file from the previous school/institute if registered before April 2017
Learning permit (This is not applicable for any emirate other than Dubai)

Residents with visa from other Emirates but working in Dubai

Trade license copy of the Dubai branch
Trade license copy of the other Emirate branch (name must be the same as Dubai trade license)
No Objection Letter from Dubai office and must mention that the applicant is employed and working in Dubai office
Tenancy contract and Dewa bill

Marsom / Bedouin - Customers with no Emirates ID

The letter issued for Marsoom should be presented.

Motorcycle Riding – Practical Lessons

There are four stages of Practical Training:

  1. Basic Vehicle Operation
  2. Driving on roads with Light to Medium Density Traffic
  3. Driving on roads with Medium to Heavy Density Traffic
  4. Skill Driving in the Yard

Motorcycle Riding – Practical Tests

  1. Theory Test – RTA
  2. Assessment Test- Internal
  3. Yard Test – RTA
  4. Road Test – RTA
A. Regular:

The students can attend regular classes only in daytime from Monday to Saturday.

1. Can take a maximum of 6 hours per week, a minimum of 3 alternative days per week

2. Minimum 1 hour and maximum 2 hours per Day

• Monday, Wednesday, Friday (2 hours per Day)

• Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (2 hours per Day)

• Monday to Saturday (1 Hour Daily)

B. Shifting:

The student can attend classes as per their convenient time and day (as per Regular, Holiday, Night options).

1. Can take a maximum of 10 hours per week
2. Minimum 1 hour and maximum 2 hours per day

C. Holiday

The student who can attend classes Only on Sunday.

1. Can take 2 hours (if beginner) and Maximum 4 hours per week

2. Minimum 1 hour and maximum 2 hours per day

D. Night

The student who can attend classes Only in the Night from Monday to Saturday.

1. Maximum 6 hours per week

2. Minimum 1 hour and maximum 2 hours per Night

• Monday, Wednesday, Friday (2 hours per Night)

• Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (2 hours per Night)

• Monday to Saturday (1 Hour Daily)

Motorcycle Riding – Theory Lectures

(Classroom and Online)

Theory lectures are designed to mentally prepare the student for driving safely on the UAE roads. That is an essential part of the whole process of the issuance of a driving license. The lectures are conducted in the Head Office Lecture Hall, or you can avail of this service online through our E-Learning portal.

. The lectures are conducted in the Head Office Lecture Hall, or you can avail of this service online through our E-Learning portal.

The students who registered must attend the mandatory lectures mentioned below.

  • 1. Attitude and Responsibilities of the Driver
  • 2. Knowledge of Traffic Rules and Regulations
  • 3. Characteristics of Road Users
  • 4. Driver’s Condition
  • 5. The Environment
  • 6. Driving on Freeways, Traffic Violations, and Route Planning
  • 7. Developing Forecasting of Hazards and Emergencies when Driving
  • 8. Traffic Accidents Case Studies and How to Act in an Accident

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