LGV/HGV Category C1 (7.5 tonne)

LGV/HGV Category C1

Introduction

Vehicles weighing between 3,500 kg and 7,500 kg, with or without a trailer – weighing no more than 750 kg also known as a 7.5 tonner

You would normally have the entitlement to drive vehicles in this category if you passed your car driving test before January 1997, car tests taken after that date would not have the additional licence category and would therefore require further tests.

A lot of trainee paramedics will also require this licence.

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LGV/HGV

Category C1

(7.5 TONNER)

Rigid Vehicles upto 7.5 tonnes Minimum Age=18.

(People who passed their can driving test before January 1997 will Already have this Category on their driving licence).
They will Also be exempt from taking Modules 2&4 of the Driver CPC.

This Licence can also be obtained by qualifying for the next higher licence = Category C licence (Class 2)

step-1

Medical Examination
Cost=
£40.00

step-2

Provisional Licence
Cost=
FREE

step-3

DSA Module
1a & 1b
Theory Test

Cost=
£50.00

step-4

Five Day
Driving
Course

Cost=
£695.00

step-5

DSA Module 3
Weekday
Driving
Test Fee

Cost=
£115.00

step-6

DSA Module 2
Driver CPC
Case Studies

Cost=
£30.00

step-7

Module 4
Driver CPC
One Day

Course &

Test Day

Vehicle Hire

Cost=
£190.00

step-8

DSA Module 4
Driver CPC
Practical
Exam Fee

Cost=
£55.00

DSA Saturday tests are available at the Direction of the DSA and carry a £26.00 supplement

Limited, theory sessions supported by practical driving instruction and practice. The majority of driver training being practical in its nature and delivered in-cab on the public highways.Instruction is structured to give the candidate the widest range of experience and exposure to: varying traffic conditions, road types, urban/rural environments, vehicle handling and manoeuvring, gear selection etc.Duration: 5 days, 7 days, subject to outcomes identified at the initial Driving Aptitude Assessment.Drivers who passed a car test on or after 1 January 1997 are required to pass an additional driving test in order to gain this category of licence, however, if you are over 21 the higher licence category C is available to you which will entitle you to drive vehicles over 3500kg.You will be required to undertake a medical examination to comply with the higher medical regulations that this licence category requires which we can arrange for you. Once you have had your medical you will need to apply for your provisional vocational licence.Once your licence has been approved and returned to you your theory test can be arranged, the theory test is made up of two parts; the multiple-choice part and the hazard perception part. The multiple choice part is delivered using a touch screen computer and mouse and the hazard perception part records your responses through the use of a computer mouse button.You need to pass both parts to pass the theory test. If you pass one part and fail the other you will fail the whole test, and you will need to take both parts again.The questions in each multiple choice test vary according to the category of vehicle you are hoping to obtain a licence for, i.e. a motorcycle theory test will contain specific questions that do not appear in any other test.For the hazard perception test there are no separate versions for different vehicles, each vehicle category takes the same test, however the pass mark is different for different categories of tests.If you have and questions please click here to view our FAQ’s
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