Motorbike and moped licences with Jules Ferry Auto Moto in Annemasse and Saint-Cergues

More than just a simple driving school, we offer you a real training centre and guarantee that you will get the best road safety instruction possible to successfully pass your two-wheeler licence. We offer you a true technical education so that you can learn all there is to know in order to dive in all safety.

BEWARE! New regulations about the A licence:

Since June 2nd 2016, anyone from the age 18 who wants to register for a motorbike licence is subject to an intermediate licence, the A2 licence. This intermediate licence limits to 47.6 horsepower the authorised power of the vehicle over a two-year period. After these 2 years, a compulsory training, which lasts 7 hours, is required if you want to be able to drive a more powerful motorbike. At the end of the training, you will receive a certificate allowing you to drive a vehicle with a horsepower higher than 47.6.

Motorbike licences A2 and A

There are 2 different options for this licence: with or without taking the traffic regulations exam.

A2 instruction with the traffic regulations exam

This option includes:

  • Application fees
  • Traffic regulations courses + unlimited testing
  • The Internet kit
  • The book about traffic regulations
  • The motorbike book
  • 1 traffic regulations exam
  • A mandatory minimum of 20 hours* of driving lessons
  • 1 final driving exam

*each lesson includes 45-50 minutes of actual driving and 5-10 minutes of skills assessment and pedagogical comments.

A2 instruction without the traffic regulations exam

This option includes:

  • Application fees
  • The motorbike book
  • 1 traffic regulations exam
  • A mandatory minimum of 20 hours* of driving lessons
  • 1 final driving exam

*each lesson includes 45-50 minutes of actual driving and 5-10 minutes of skills assessment and pedagogical comments.

Required Documents :
  • 3 identity pictures
  • 1 photocopy of your identity card (both sides)
  • 1 certificate of registration for people under the age of 25
  • 1 proof of residency
  • 1 photocopy of your school road safety certificate level 2 (ASSR2)
  • 1 A4 enveloped, stamped for 100grammes
  • The down payment.

Passing the A licence

You can pass the A licence after two years of driving with the A2 licence. A 7-hour-training delivered by your driving school is required in order to get a certificate allowing you to drive more powerful motorbikes.

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A1 Licence for 125cm3

The A1 licence is open to anyone over the age of 16. It allows you to drive light two-wheelers, which do not exceed 125cm3.

The required traffic regulations exam can be passed either by taking the test during the A1 licence instruction or through equity with the anticipated driving instruction (AAC), the car licence with accompanied driving.

There are 2 options to get your A1 licence: with or without taking the traffic regulations exam.

A1 instruction with the traffic regulations exam

This option includes:

  • Application fees
  • Traffic regulations courses + unlimited testing
  • The Internet kit
  • The book about traffic regulations
  • The motorbike book
  • 1 traffic regulations exam
  • A mandatory minimum of 20 hours* of driving lessons
  • 1 final driving exam

*each lesson includes 45-50 minutes of actual driving and 5-10 minutes of skills assessment and pedagogical comments.

A1 instruction without the traffic regulations exam

This option includes:

  • Application fees
  • The motorbike book
  • A mandatory minimum of 20 hours* of driving lessons
  • 1 final driving exam

*each lesson includes 45-50 minutes of actual driving and 5-10 minutes of skills assessment and pedagogical comments.

Required Documents:
  • 3 identity pictures
  • 1 photocopy of your identity card (both sides)
  • 1 certificate of registration for people under the age of 25
  • 1 proof of residency
  • 1 photocopy of your school road safety certificate level 2 (ASSR2)
  • 1 A4 enveloped, stamped for 100grammes
  • The down payment.

The training for 125cm3 vehicles

The 125 training is mandatory for anyone who would like to drive 125cc scooters and already has a 2 year experience driving a car with the B licence.

Beware: this training is only valid on the French territory. In order to drive a 125cc abroad, you will have to pass a two wheeler licence which is valid abroad.

The training is carried out by a qualified instructor and includes:

  • A 2 hour course about the theory of driving
  • 5 hours of practical training (with actual driving).
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Moped: the AM licence

This licence is compulsory to drive a moped from the age of 14. You will also need this licence to drive a light motor tricycle or quadricycle from the age of 16.

The AM licence replaces the former road safety certificate (BSR).

It breaks down into 2 different parts:

The theoretical training

This includes the ASSR1 and ASSR2 diplomas (the school road safety certificate level 1 and 2), which you get in middle school in 6th and 9th grade.

The practical training

 It is carried out by a qualified instructor and includes:

  • A 2 hour course about the theory of driving

5 hours of practical training (2hours of driving in a closed area + 3 hours in traffic).

Required Documents:
  • 3 identity pictures
  • 1 photocopy of your identity card (both sides)
  • 1 proof of residency
  • 1 photocopy of your school road safety certificate level 2 (ASSR2)

Our two driving schools welcome you in Annemasse and Saint-Cergues

Our traffic regulations courses are conducted by our dedicated instructor.

Annemasse:

Office hours and traffic regulation courses:
Monday: from 2pm to 7pm
Tuesday – Friday: from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm
Saturday: from 10am to 12pm

Saint-Cergues:

Office hours and traffic regulation courses:
Monday-Friday: from 3pm to 7pm
Saturday: from 10am to 12pm

We also offer you the
“traffic regulations training in 3 days” option

Driving lessons are organised by appointment:

Car licence:

Monday – Friday: from 8am to 7pm
Saturday: from 8am to 2pm

Motorbike licence:

Monday – Friday: from 8am to 8pm
Saturday: from 8am to 6pm