Driver Training Information
- To obtain a provisional licence you will need forms D2 License Application and D4 Medical Examination form. These can be obtained from a Post Office or downloaded here Medicals will have to be paid for but the licence application is free.
- Although a practical driving test cannot be booked at this stage, once you hold your provisional licence, you can legally begin the practical driver training. For example, you might like to take a day’s introductory training to get a “feel” for the lorry before committing to taking the Theory / Hazard tests. This of course will be taken into account when booking a full course and may help to spread the cost.
- You will then need to take the theory test and hazard perception test. The two parts can be taken at different times but both must be passed to achieve a valid theory pass. If you fail you will only need to retake the part you have failed. Click here https://www.gov.uk/become-lorry-bus-driver/bus-and-lorry-driver-theory-test for more information
- From the 10th September 2009 (LGV) - New drivers will have to undertake the new CPC as part of their driver training. We can arrange this as part of your training at extra cost. Please note: This test is NOT required if you passed your test (car) before January 1997.
- When you have completed the theory test you can now complete or begin your practical driver training. We can tailor the training to suit your needs, however most of the time we train for 4 days’ duration with the test on the last day.
- We offer very competitive rates which represent good value for money and we try to make our training as fun and enjoyable as possible.
- We are here to help so please feel free to contact us for any information that you require.