Do you hold an overseas motorcycle licence and wish to convert it to a Victorian motorcycle licence?
Baylink specialise in making this possible.
Contact VicRoads: Your initial step involves reaching out to VicRoads to determine if your current motorcycle licence is issued by a recognised country. If your licence is indeed from a recognized country, further training won’t be necessary. VicRoads will help arrange the conversion for you.
License Verification: In case your motorcycle licence is not from a recognised country, you’ll need to visit a VicRoads office for verification of your motorcycle licence and riding experience. After successful verification, VicRoads will annotate your file, confirming that your licence can be converted to a Victorian motorcycle licence.
Additional Requirements: If you don’t possess a Victorian car licence, there are additional prerequisites:
a. VicRoads Customer Number: You must obtain a VicRoads Customer Number.
b. Pass Tests: Successfully pass the Motor Car Learner Permit Test and the Hazard Perception Test.
After verifying all necessary details with VicRoads, the next step is to successfully complete the 2-day motorcycle learner course.
Upon successfully finishing the 2-day Learner Course, you will proceed to the license assessment. Once you successfully pass this assessment, Baylink will grant you a Victorian Motorcycle Licence.
The license assessment typically lasts around 1 hour and occurs at the conclusion of day 2 during the 2-Day Learner Course. This eliminates the need for a separate visit to Baylink for the license assessment at a later date, ensuring a streamlined process.
If you hold a current Victorian car licence showing your current Victorian address this is sufficient identification. You will also need your overseas licence.
If you do not hold a Victorian car licence you will need the following.
PLEASE NOTE YOUR LEARNER COURSE AND LICENCE TEST IS ALL INCLUDED OVER THE 2 DAYS, YOU WILL DO YOUR LICENCE ASSESSMENT AT THE END OF DAY 2 (APPROX 1 HOUR)