Can you drive a moped on a car licence? Can you drive a moped on a car licence?

  • A. Yes

  • B. No

  •  
    The correct answer is A
     
    Correct. A moped is a motorbike with an engine less than 50cc
     
 
 
 

What vehicles can you drive on what class of licence in New Zealand?

Class 1 – car licence (learner or restricted)

A holder of a Class 1 learner or restricted licence can drive:

Class 1 - car licence (restricted)

A holder of a Class 1 restricted licence can also drive any agricultural trailer with a GLW of no more than 18000kg or a combination vehicle (agricultural tractor and agricultural trailer with a GCW of no more than 25000kg as long as it's driven at a speed of less than 40kph.

Class 1 - car licence (full)

With a full licence you can drive all of the aforementioned vehicles plus:

Class 2 - medium rigid vehicle (learner or restricted)

On a class 2 learner or full licence you can drive:

Class 2 - medium rigid vehicle (full)

The holder of a full Class 2 can also drive a special type vehicle that is an agricultural motor vehicle that runs on wheels with a GLW of more than 6000kg but not more than 18,000kg, if driven at a speed not exceeding 40km/h (with or without a W endorsement).

Class 3 – medium combination (learner or full)

A holder of a Class 3 learner or full licence can drive:

Class 4 – heavy rigid (learner or full)

A holder of a Class 4 learner or full licence can drive:

Class 5 – heavy combination (learner or full)

A holder of a Class 5 learner or full licence can drive:

Class 6 – Motorcycle licence

You can ride any motorcycle that is LAMS-approved (while you are learning), or a motorbike of any size once you have your full licence, plus a moped or all-terrain vehicle