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HGV Cat. C

HGV Cat C Licence Requirements

  • You must be at least 18 years old and hold a valid car driving licence.

  • Additional steps include obtaining a provisional licence, passing a medical test, and completing the theory exam.

  • To maintain your Class 2 licence, you must complete 35 hours of Periodic CPC training every five years.

COST: £2050 paramedic     

Start Your HGV Driving Career with an LGV/HGV Cat C Licence

If you're looking to advance your professional driving career or find out how to start, obtaining an LGV/HGV Cat C licence is your first step. This licence covers vehicles over 3500kg with trailers up to 750kg and is also known as a Class 2 licence. It qualifies you to drive rigid body vehicles, the type of lorries commonly seen transporting goods across the country or Europe.

Who Should Train for Their HGV Cat C Licence?

Whether you hold an HGV C1 or C1+E licence or are starting from a car licence, the LGV/HGV Cat C licence opens up numerous job opportunities. This qualification allows you to drive a wide range of vehicles, including trucks and bin lorries, often leading to higher wages than those with lower C1 or C1+E licences. Additionally, it’s an essential step if you aim to achieve the HGV Cat C+E licence, the highest available.

What Your Class 2 Driver Training Includes

At Rollin Transport Training, we offer comprehensive support throughout your training process:

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Booking your medical test if needed

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Assisting with your provisional licence application

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Offering unlimited theory practice tests (6 month)

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Providing up to 20 hours of behind-the-wheel training and preparation for your final DVSA practical test 3a and 3b

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Training for your initial Class 2 Driver CPC Certification (Mod 4)

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Supporting you in your job search

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6 Reasons to choose us!

  1. Expertise: Over two decades of experience.

  2. Personalized Approach: Tailored training for individual needs.

  3. High Success Rate: Focus on passing practical tests confidently.

  4. Continued Support: Stay updated with industry developments.

  5. Job Opportunities: Connections with local councils for job prospects.

  6. Convenient Resources: Access to online and in-person training.

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