Available test sessions will be published as soon as they are ready. If you want your driving school to book a test session for you, you can log in and authorise the school to do so.

It is you who are the driver, and who are responsible for what is done during the test. You need to solve the tasks independently, both when it comes to riding and the other tasks you are given. The manner in which you solve the tasks will, to the extent that this is possible, be assessed as a whole for each of the two parts.

The motorcycle you ride during the test must be approved as a test vehicle by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. You must provide a motorcycle for the test yourself. Most candidates rent a motorcycle from a driving school.

Part 1: Skills test

The test consists of a safety check test and a check of the motorcycle before you proceed to the skills test on a test range.

You begin with the safety check where you are given one practical task and one theory-based question. You may be asked, for example, to check lights, brakes or warning lamps. In addition you will be asked to explain what the cause or consequence might be if something is wrong with the motorcycle.

The skills test consists of 5 tasks to be solved on the test range:

  1. Balancing and slow-speed riding
  2. Turning skills
  3. Effective braking
  4. Avoidance manoeuvres
  5. Braking in a turn

Part 2: Traffic test - test of proficiency in traffic

During the traffic test you follow a pre-planned route with varied road and traffic conditions. Your examiner will provide you with directions as you go.

After the test

As soon as the test is over, you will be told whether you passed or not. You will be given a written statement to keep, explaining the decision made. The driving examiner will assess

  • whether you have reached the goals to the extent that you can practise on your own from now
  • whether you have adequate vehicle control and are able to avoid unnecessary wear and tear on your vehicle.
  • whether you are observant of the road and traffic situation around you
  • whether you drive in a manner that is predictable, safe and promotes efficient traffic flow
  • whether you plan ahead as you drive, take the needs of others into consideration and seek efficient interaction with other road users.