FAQs

What Age Do You Take A Driver Medical?

If a driver gains the full entitlement a medical must be renewed every 5 years from 45 up to 65, then annually from 65. Drivers must have a medical when applying for a provisional licence for the D category and must renew their medical every 5 years from 45 up to 65, then annually from 65.

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Is There An Age Restriction When Getting An LGV Licence?

There is an age restriction when getting an LGV licence – you must be at least 18 years of age to acquire your LGV licence.

Have you turned 18 and want to gain your LGV licence? Contact us today to book you in the next step in your driving career.

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What Vehicles Are Classed As LGV?

Do you know what vehicles are classed as LGV or HGV? Any vehicle over the weight of 3500kg (7716lb) is classed as a large goods vehicle or heavy goods vehicle.

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What Is The Difference Between LGV Cat C And LGV Cat CE Licences?

The LGV Cat C licence covers you to drive any LGV vehicle up to a 32 tonne rigid.

The LGV Cat CE  license includes all the Cat C driver entitlement plus a large artic vehicle with a trailer up to 44 tonnes.

From the 15th November, 2021 changes to LGV Licenses and Tests mean that you can now learn to drive in an articulated lorry (Cat CE) and take your test in a large articulated lorry without having to pass one in a large rigid lorry (Cat C) first.

To find out more about the fast track Cat CE training we offer click the following link https://surecalldrivertraining.com/lgv-training-courses/

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What Is The Difference Between LGV And HGV?

There is no difference between LGV and HGV! HGV stands for Heavy Goods Vehicle and LGV stands for Large Goods Vehicle which is a newer EU term.

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What Is CPC?

The Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) is a set of standards developed by the European Union to ensure all professional drivers are competent and adhere to ongoing training and education.
As a new driver, you will need to pass the initial Driver CPC to gain your professional licence, but you will also be expected to complete periodic training to keep your Driver CPC qualification.

To discuss your CPC Course requirements call  020 8441 3323 or click https://surecalldrivertraining.com/contact-us/

 

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