I Took a Gentsuki or Moped Licence Test Chiba Driver’s License Center

Today, I took a Gentsuki or Moped license test. But unfortunately, I failed. The passing score is 45 points but I only got 43. I only needed 2 points so I was very sad not passing the test. There was a lack of preparation, I admit. But nevertheless, I will share my experiences today. At the end of this blog, I will share the links to sample tests I made today so everyone could also review them. I hope I’ll pass the test next time. And if you’re also going to take the test too, I hope you also pass.

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The license center I went to is the Chiba Driver’s Licence Center located at 〒261-0025 Chiba, Mihama Ward, Hamada, 2 Chome−. This is where you should get your license if you are living in Chiba-ken.

How to get to Chiba Driver’s Licence Center?

When you are coming from Keiyou Line Kaihimmakuhari Station, you need to exit the station on the south. There, you will see a lot of bus stops. But the bus going to the Chiba Driver’s Licence Center is just in front of the exit. Just remember this 京成バス [幕01]幕張本郷駅行. It is the bus that will lead you to the place. The bus arrives every 10 minutes, starting at 6:20 in the morning until 11:20 in the evening on weekdays. Same on weekends but only until 10:20 in the evening. It costs ¥170 when paying with cash (please bring exact coins) and ¥168 when using an IC card. Also, before entering the bus, the driver asked me where I am headed because he had to adjust the fare.

When you arrive at the bus stop, you have to cross the road and go to the building designated for two-wheeled vehicles.

What are the requirements for the Gentsuki or Moped License Test?

  • You must be 16 years of age or older
  • You must not have a higher-level driver’s license like the ordinary car license. (Most of higher-level license can drive gentsuki or moped. Please check the vehicles that you can drive with your current license.)
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What do you need to bring for the Gentsuki or Moped License Test?

  • Photo (3cm x 2.4cm) (no background or single color)(taken within 6 months before application)
    There is a photo booth inside the Chiba Driver’s license center but it is still good to do it advance.
  • Juuminhyo or Resident Certificate (I gave them mt Juuminhyo with the My Number not showed on the paper. My honseki is showed.)
  • Identification (Health Insurance Card, Passport, My Number Card, etc.)
  • ¥10,000 (for the fees that you’ll have to pay)
  • (For foreign residents) Resident Card showing the nationality, status of residence, and period of stay.
  • (For foreign residents) Special permanent resident certificate.
  • Appropriate clothes for driving gentsuki or mopedn (long sleeves, shoes, long pants, etc.)

When can I take gentsuki or moped license test at Chiba Driver’s License Center open?

It is open every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Reception hours are from 8:30 am to 9:30 am. Be there early because there are forms that you have to fill up.

Sample test for Gentsuki or Moped License Test

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UPDATE: I passed the test on my second try. Here is the procedure: https://aikoishblog.wordpress.com/2022/03/27/gentsuki-or-moped-license-test-procedure-chiba-drivers-license-center/

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