Training for Cat D with GS Driver Training is best if you want to drive a bus that can accommodate more than eight passengers at once, Driver Training can help. However, you must first hold a Category B licence in order to obtain a Category D licence.

Courses

D 14 Hour course
Includes DVSA Driving Test
D 17.5 Hour course
Includes DVSA Driving Test
D 21 Hour course
Includes DVSA Driving Test
Hours Taught:1417.521
DVSA test included:YesYesYes
Book£1,362 inc. VAT£1,520 inc. VAT£1,884 inc. VAT
Course with Medical, Theory, Hazard perception & revision£1,487 inc. VAT£1,649 inc. VAT£2,009 inc. VAT
Add CPC (includes all the above)£1,837 inc. VAT£1,995 inc. VAT£2,359 inc. VAT

Automatic Or Manual Cat D Licence Training

You can drive autonomous vehicles without taking the Driving licence cat D driving test if you currently have a manual Category B licence (car licence). You will find it much simpler to pass your exam as a consequence. Normally, it is suggested that you take the PCV exam in an automated vehicle.

It is advisable to take part in the training hours in a manual PCV vehicle if you want to get experience operating a manual bus or coach after passing your PCV driving exam. This will allow you to concentrate more intensely on the gearbox, which will improve your performance on your Category D driving exam.

Why choose GS Driver Training for a D licence?

People prefer GS Driver Training over other training schools because of the numerous benefits that are imparted by GS Driver Training in terms of a Cat D licence.

  • Qualified Instructors
  • DSA Approved
  • Reasonable Prices
  • 24*7 Support
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Cat D Driving Licence Requirements

  • At least 17 years of age is required.
  • One must possess a complete Category B licence in order to enrol in any of our PCV Category D courses.
  • The first stage, assuming you already possess a Category B driving licence, is to go to and pass a PCV medical examination (unless you have already completed a medical for an LGV licence).
  • You must submit an application to the DVLA for your Category D provisional licence after passing your PCV Medical Examination.

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