LGV/HGV Category C+E (Class I)

LGV/HGV Category C+E (Class I)

Introduction

Vehicles over 3,500 kg, with a trailer over 750 kg also known as a Class I or an Artic.

You would require a full Category C licence before taking your C+E Course.

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CATEGORY C + E OPTIONS

LGV / HGV

CATEGORY C + E

(CLASS I)

Drawbar Vehicle

Minimum age = 18.

Taking the course using a drawbar vehicle will result in the

same licence as that of a conventional articulated vehicle,

using the drawbar (Class II vehicle + a trailer) is a cheaper

and easier option.

step-1

Candidates
must !rst hold

a Category C

(Class II)

licence.

step-2

Five Day

Driving

Course

Cost=
£695.00

step-3

DSA

Weekday

Driving Test

(Module 3)

Cost=
£115.00*

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

LGV / HGV

CATEGORY C + E

(CLASS I)

Drawbar Vehicle

Minimum age = 18.

step-1

Candidates
must !rst hold

a Category C

(Class II)

licence.

step-2

Five Day

Driving

Course

Cost=
£845.00

step-3

DSA

Weekday

Driving Test

(Module 3)

Cost=
£115.00*

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.To obtain this licence you must have first taken the lower category C licence, you will not need to pass a theory test as this would have been done either at Category C1 or Category C stage, if you obtained your category C licence prior to January 1997 then you are also exempt from the theory test.What will the test include?

You will be examined on your general driving and on set exercises. The set exercises will include:

an ‘S’ shaped reverse into a bay
a braking exercise
demonstrating the uncoupling and re-coupling procedure
gear-change exercise

The drive on the road last about 60 minutes and the overall test takes about 90 minutes. During the driving test the examiner will give you directions which you should follow. Test routes are designed to be as uniform as possible and will include a range of typical road and traffic conditions.

Throughout the test you should drive in the way your instructor has taught you. If you make a mistake, don’t worry about it, it might be a less serious driving fault and may not affect your result. The examiner will be looking for an overall safe standard of driving.

You can make up to 15 driving faults and still pass the test (16 or more results in failure). However, if you commit one serious or dangerous fault you will fail the test. If at any time your examiner considers you to be a danger to other road users your test will be stopped.

You are allowed to take someone with you on the test, this person must be over 16 years old and cannot take any part or influence the test.

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