LGV C & C1 Driving Licence

Before you can book an LGV Category C or C1 Driving Course, you first need to obtain your LGV Provisional Licence and pass your LGV Theory Test, Multiple Choice and Hazard Perception Test and also possibly the CPC Case Study, if required. Below are the necessary steps to get you ready to learn to drive an LGV.

 
Obtain Required Forms..
 
 
You Can order a Digital tachograph card form also (this is not required for training)
Before you can book an LGV Category C or C1 Driving Course, you first need to obtain your LGV Provisional Licence and pass your LGV Theory Test, Multiple Choice and Hazard Perception Test and also possibly the CPC Case Study, if required. Below are the necessary steps to get you ready to learn to drive an LGV.
 
Obtain Required Forms..
 
 
You Can order a Digital tachograph card form also (this is not required for training)
 
Download a D4 medical form here

 

Book an HGV/LGV Medical Examination..
 
Make an appointment with a doctor to complete your Medical Form D4. This does not necessarily have to be with your own doctor.  Do not forget to take your D4 form with you.  Click on the links below for discounted medicals at only £40.00
 

Apply for HGV/LGV Provisional Entitlement..
 
Put a X in all the provisional boxes (C,C1,C1+E,D,D1) on your D2 form completed by yourself and the D4 form completed by a doctor and send with both parts of your existing licence to the DVLA, Swansea, SA99 1BR,
 
Begin Studying..

Whilst you are waiting for your licence to return, begin studying for your LGV theory test & hazard perception test. There are various study materials available to help you.  Have a search on  www.Amazon.co.uk  , and you will find "The theory test for drivers of large vehicles"  Book or CD Rom and also Hazard Perception DVD. Unfortunately these won't sit the test for you. You need to put in the study time to pass.
 
Book your HGV/LGV Theory Test 

Click here to book..  http://www.gov.uk/booktheorytest
  
Once your licence has been returned with your provisional entitlement on it, you can then book your LGV Theory Test and Hazard Perception Test. These are now booked seperately. Try to book them for the same day, to save you making two trips. The system won't let you book them too close together, so try with a 3 hour gap between the two.  Don't forget to take both parts of your driving licence with you.
 
 
Book your HGV/LGV Driving Course..
 
When you have passed your LGV theory test and hazard perception tests you are ready to contact AJM Transport Training and book your LGV Category C C+E or C1 Driving Course.
 
Study material   
 
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