A C1 driving licence allows everyone to drive a vehicle from 3.5 tonnes up to 7.5 tonnes. It allows you to drive vehicles such as small horseboxes, ambulances, removal trucks, and supermarket delivery vehicles. If you want to drive vehicles that lie in these categories. You have to join C1 driver training and get a C1 licence.
Following are the requirements for receiving this training:
- Must be 18 years or over.
- Licensed to drive a car (Class B).
- Medically fit.
- Clear the multiple choice test, hazard perception test, and driver CPC case studies test.
Course - The Course includes all the aspects of the DVSA driving test syllabus.
- General training, gear changes
- Vehicle Control and Safety
- Mirror use
- Give relevant signal
- Deal with danger
- Choose a safe place to stop
- Examine the intention of other road users
- Manage your ride and control your speed
- Uphill and downhill
The structure of the course meets everyone's requirements. Our purpose for training is to gradually develop your knowledge or skill in the prescribed time.
Duration - Typically the course takes two days to complete. But sometimes it takes more time. This depends on your skill set, experience, and capabilities.
- Grow your skill and develop your knowledge.
- Increase your employment and career opportunities.
- Obtain the correct entitlement to operate rigid lorries and cats in the Cat C1 class.
This course is taught over two days. On the last day two hours of training before your test.