Use the following infographic to see what driving licence you need in order to drive a specific vehicle with or without a trailer.
Category: HGV (LGV)
One of the most common questions we get asked is how much does HGV (LGV) training cost? And rightly so. We all want to make sure what we spend our hard earned money on is high quality and will benefit us in the future.
LGV training prices vary across the UK and depend on who you train with. Often, you can learn directly with a LGV training school (e.g. Leicester Driver Training Ltd)...
A HGV (LGV) driver is responsible for ensuring their vehicle is in full working condition and safe to drive. Daily vehicle checks must be conducted and a Drivers’ Daily Vehicle Defect Report must be completed.
What is the Driver CPC theory test?
The HGV theory test is broken down into two parts: multiple choice questions and hazard perception.
Multiple Choice Questions: You will be given 1 hour 55 minutes to answer multiple choice questions related to HGV driving. You must score 65+ out of 100 in order to pass...
What is the HGV (LGV) Medical Test?
By law, all persons who want to become a lorry (HGV/LGV) or bus driver must pass a medical test. This is to ensure you are in good standing health to operate a large vehicle on the public highway...
Ever wondered how to become a HGV (lorry) driver and how long the process takes?
We have detailed the complete process from start to finish. At the end, we also explain how long the process typically takes.
1) Contact Us - Call, email or message us to discuss what vehicle/course you’re interested in. If you’ve not decided yet, we’ll explain all of the options and the type of jobs most suited for you.
2) Medical Test - The medical test can be taken at your local doctors or by a
3) Provisional Application - After passing your medical, you will need to apply for your...
If you’ve spent more than 5 minutes on the UK motorways, it’s likely you will have seen a lorry and its driver. The backbone of the goods transportation industry, HGVs (Heavy Goods Vehicles) are driven all over the world, 24 hours a day, delivering cargo ranging from food to building materials.
A HGV (LGV) drivers’ responsibility extends further than simply driving from A to B...