CAT C1,C1 + E REQUIREMENTS



You can do this test from the age of 18 with an initial CPC qualification. The Category C1 test is required to drive all lorries between 3500 kg  and 7500 kg towing a  trailer up to 750 kg.


We provide an intensive 4 day training course with the test on 5th day


£650 per trainee* (+ £66 DVA Test Fee)    * Minimum of 2 trainees per vehicle.



DO I NEED CPC MODULES 2 & 4?


If choosing to use your HGV licence for hire or reward, you may need to complete CPC Module 2 & 4. Click CPC for further details.



HOW DO I OBTAIN THE CATEGORY C1+E TEST?


The Category C1+E tests are required to drive all lorries between 3500 kg & 7500 kg towing a trailer over 750 kg with total weights not more than 1200 kg.You must have first passed CAT C1. We provide an intensive 4 day training course with the test on 5th day


£650 per trainee* (+ £66 DVA Test Fee)   * Minimum of 2 trainees per vehicle

CAT C,C + E REQUIREMENTS



You can do this test from the age of 18 with an initial CPC qualification.The Category C test is required to drive all Lorries over 3500 kg towing a trailer up to  750 kg


We provide an intensive 4 day training course with the test on the 5th day


£695 per trainee*(+ £66 DVA Test Fee)   * Minimum of 2 trainees per vehicle



DO I NEED  CPC  MODULES 2 & 4?


If  choosing to use your HGV licence for hire or reward, you may need to complete CPC Module 2 & 4.  Click CPC for further details.



HOW  DO I OBTAIN THE CATEGORY C+E TEST?


The Category C+E test is required to drive all lorries over 3500 kg towing a trailer over 750 kg. You must have first passed CAT C .We provide an intensive 4 training course with the test on the 5th day


£795 per trainee (+ £66 DVA Test Fee)   * Minimum of 2 trainees per vehicle


WHAT’S IN THE TEST?


A. Safety Questions

     Relevant To Vehicle


B. Off Road Manoeuvre


1. Reverse exercise

2. Controlled stop

3. Uncoupling & re-coupling

    (only for cat C+E, C1 + E)


C. On Road Drive


1. Be able to move off from the side

    of the road safely

2. Pull in & stop in a safe & convenient     place

3. Complete an angle start

4. Complete a down hill start

5. Complete a gear change exercise

6. Show ability to drive your vehicle safely