Prince Edward Island
To acquire a PEI motorcycle licence, you undergo a year-long graduated program. You must be 16 years old to start the program, and if under 18 years old, both parents must sign a consent form.
The process starts with a written test and vision test. If you do not complete an approved motorcycle safety course, you must also attend a five-hour safety program run by the province. Pass these, and you will be issued a Class 6 Instruction Permit.
You must hold this permit for 12 months before taking a road test to acquire your full Class 6 licence. While you hold the Instruction Permit, you will be issued a yellow decal for the back of your helmet, to indicate you are a learning rider. While riding, you must be supervised by an accompanying supervisory rider/driver who’s held a licence for at least four years.
After 12 months of your Instruction Permit, you can take a road test and get your Class 6 Novice, Stage 2 licence. You no longer need to be supervised while riding, but you must still wear the sticker indicating you’re a beginner. Nighttime riding restrictions are eased somewhat (no riding between 1 AM and 5 AM now). You can apply for a Class 6 Novice Licence, Stage 3, after 12 months of holding the Stage 2 licence.
With your Stage 3, you still must wear the yellow sticker on your helmet, but all nighttime riding restrictions are lifted. After a year of this licence, you can acquire your full, unrestricted licence and remove the yellow sticker.
Learner riders must have 0% blood alcohol content while enrolled in the GDL program, and cannot use headphones, cellphones, or other handheld electronic devices while riding. More details on the program are available here.