Canada’s first automated motorcycle license system launches in Vancouver

  • September 30, 2021

Canada’s federal government announced Tuesday it has unveiled the first automated system for motorcycle licenses, allowing owners to bypass the cumbersome process of registering their vehicle and driving to a mechanic.

The Automated License Plate System will be rolled out to 1,500,000 drivers in Vancouver by the end of this month, according to the department’s online site.

The system will also be rolled into the city’s fleet of fully automated vehicles, starting this fall, which are expected to go into service in 2021.

The DMV says the system is intended to speed up the process for motorcyclists who need to register their motorcycles.

“Motorcyclists are the fastest growing segment of the motorcycle market in Canada and our goal is to increase the speed and efficiency of the process by allowing them to register an automated license plate,” said Mark Watson, Minister of State for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.

The government said it will not be launching an automated system in all provinces and territories, though it is looking to add the technology to existing systems across the country.

A similar system was launched last year in Nova Scotia, but that province has yet to implement it.

It is also looking to roll out a system in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

“This is the first time we’re doing it in Canada,” Watson said.

He said the province plans to introduce a new automated system at the end.

A separate automated license system in the U.S. was launched in 2018, but it has not yet been rolled out.

Watson said the DMV’s goal is not to “create a monopoly” but to “ensure that every licensed motorcyclist in the country has access to an automated, easy-to-use system.”

The system has been tested by over 500,000 motorists, he said.

How to get a California motorcycle license

  • September 4, 2021

As of March 6, 2015, anyone 21 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license, learner’s permit, or permit to operate a motor vehicle (MOV) from California is allowed to drive in the state.

But as of January 1, 2018, any person 18 years of Age or older can only drive in California with a motorcycle license.

The DMV is currently working to update its motorcycle registration form.

If you are unsure of your legal age to drive a motorcycle, contact a licensed California motorcycle instructor for more information.

If you’re an adult 18 years old or older, you are still able to drive and operate a motorcycle under the age of 21 with a current motorcycle license and learner permit.

The DMV has a special website to help people register their motorcycles.

In addition, there are a few online tools that will help you with your registration and driving privileges in California.

Visit to register your motorcycle or learn more about motorcycle registration.

The DMV is now requiring that all drivers of motorcycles registered in California undergo a safety training course.

The course includes information on vehicle stability, air bags, helmets, and other safety equipment.

How to find the perfect bike for you

  • August 25, 2021

If you are in the market for a new bike, you can’t go wrong with the Buell BMP1.

This compact, stylish, high-tech motorcycle has been outfitted with a 2.5-litre twin-turbocharged engine with 4 valves per cylinder (vs the 4.2 per cylinder on the previous model) and a 575cc four-cylinder petrol motor, both of which are rated at 645Nm (8,200bhp) and 890Nm, respectively.

The bike also has a lightweight, carbon-fibre body, which is designed to improve handling, fuel economy, and handling dynamics.

You’ll also love the BMP-1’s unique folding rear rack and rear shock absorbers.

Read moreRead moreAs part of its new line of electric motorcycles, Buella also offers the Buce, a compact bike with a 3.8-litres twin-scroll turbocharged engine, a 3-speed manual transmission, and a 200-kilometre range.

Both of these bikes are rated to deliver a range of up to 2,800km (1,850 miles), while the Buces’ range also includes a range boost of up by 60 kilometres.

The Buce has also been designed to offer an easy and pleasant ride for anyone on a budget, which can make it a good choice for those on a tight budget.

If you’re looking for a bike that’s easy to transport and has great handling, you’ll find the BUELL BMP 1 to be a great choice.

Ride a $2,500,000 Harley Davidson motorcycle, and you’ll get a $10,000 tax credit for every dollar of motorcycle you drive

  • August 20, 2021

The Tax-Credit Administration has granted an exemption for a $1,000,000 motorcycle to a man from Georgia who owns it for personal use.

The man, James P. Clark, has leased his Harley Davidson and bought a tax credit to use for the purchase of the motorcycle, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Clark bought the motorcycle last month from the seller of the previous Harley Davidson for $2.1 million, but he paid the seller a hefty deposit to get it.

The motorcycle was purchased in August 2014 by Clark for $1.8 million and he got a $600,000 credit in 2017.

The tax credit is based on the value of the new vehicle.

Clark said in an interview that he is trying to save money so that he can afford a family home.

He has also made donations to various causes, including the Georgia chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, which is working with Clark to make a donation to the National Park Service.

Clark plans to sell his motorcycle and donate proceeds to the charity of his choice.