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The C1 which is often referred to as 7.5 tonne (weighing 3500kgs – 7500kgs) the smallest in the LGV category.
You can take a C1 course provided you have a driving license and are over 18. Recommended course length 3-4 days (4 hours per day one to one tuition). Ideal for Paramedics, delivery drivers and horsebox owners.
Drivers who passed there test prior to January 1997 will be able to drive a C1 vehicle under their existing licence entitlement, provided they have a valid CPC Driver Card (see our CPC section for details).
This is a Cat C1 plus a Trailer weighing more than 750kgs. The weight of the trailer when fully laden cannot weigh more than the unladen weight of the vehicle. This is a step up from C1 licence which needs to be obtained initially.
The recommended course length is 3-4 days(4 hours per day one to one tuition.
To take the Catagory C1 licence you will require a provisional LGV Cat C1 licence and to pass a Theory and Hazard perception before commencing . We can arrange all this for you.
The Cat C Licence is often referred to as Class 2 or Rigid and weighs from 7500kg.
This is the most poplular HGV licence, the minimum age is 18 years to take this licence.
Recommended course length is a 5 day course (4 hours per day one to one tuition
To take the Category C licence you will require a provisional LGV Cat C licence and to pass a Theory and Hazard perception before commencing . We can arrange all this for you.
The Category C+E licence is often referred to as Class 1 (not to be confused with C1)Driving this licence will be in either a full articulated vehicle or a draw bar (wagon and drag)
The E is the trailer and to take this you will have to have passed a Cat C Licence and be over 18 years of age.
Recommended course length is 5 days (4 hours per day one to one tuition
This is essential to have if you want a career in HGV Driving (see our CPC Section)
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