Provisional LGV Licence
You have to hold a provisional licence before you are allowed to drive on the roads and before you have your assessment. To obtain the first licence, you need to take a medical examination. If you need any advice or assistance with the forms, please let us know.
Fee: Now FREE from Dept. of Transport
A form for this purpose is enclosed with the brochure that is sent to you when enquiring. We recommend asking your family GP, however if you don’t have a GP please ask, as we can recommend one. The medical may be taken with any Doctor.
Usually on a ‘one to one’ basis and lasts about one hour, held at your local centre.
Fee: £40.00 +VAT
Theory Test (Module 1)
This has to be taken and passed before we can apply for the practical test for you. A one day course is available – please ask for details. We can also provide the appropriate study books if required.
Fee: £37.00 (payable to the DVSA)
Case Studies (Module 2)
This part has to be taken before you can do your practical test. In some cases this part is not required to obtain your LGV licence , call for details. We can provide the appropriate study books
Practical Driving Tests (Module 3)
We normally arrange the test to take place on the final day of your training using your regular training vehicle.
Driver CPC Practical Test (Module 4)
This part is a practical test using the truck but not involving driving. In some cases you may not need to take this test please call for advice.
Courses We Cover
- Category C1 Goods Vehicle over 3.5 Tons to 7.5 Tons MAM
- Category C1+E Goods Vehicle over 3.5 Tons to 7.5 Tons MAM and Trailer
- Category C Rigid Vehicle over 7.5 Tons MAM
- Category C+E Articulated Vehicle over 7.5 Tons MAM
- Category B+E Car and Trailer
- Category D1 PCV
- Category D1+E PCV Minibus and Trailer
- Defensive Driving Training
- Driving Assessments – Pre-Employment/Accident