MOTO CANADA funds and promotes motorcycle, scooter and off-highway vehicle rider training and safety research. In particular, MOTO CANADA provides logistical and financial support for recognized rider training programs across Canada.
Motorcycles, scooters and off-highway vehicles distributed by MOTO CANADA member companies meet all Environment Canada and Transport Canada emission standards. The industry is committed to reducing motorcycle, scooter and off-highway vehicle exhaust emissions using the best available technology economically achievable.
MOTO CANADA member companies’ products meet all Transport Canada sound emission standards. The industry is working with provincial ministries to develop consistent sound emission policies across the country. The industry is committed to continue to reduce sound emissions.
Motorcycles, scooters and off-highway vehicles are one of the most fuel-efficient forms of transportation available. The industry is committed to further increasing fuel-efficiency and developing new technology to benefit consumers.
Motorcycles and scooters use less resources, have less impact on infrastructure, take up less space and are a safe and affordable means of transportation. Motorcycles and scooters can be operated by people of all ages, various levels of physical fitness and by people of all income levels. Riding a motorcycle or scooter is a healthy, inclusive, socially responsible activity.