Our Training Courses
How to Become An PCV Driver
How to get started:
You need to undergo a LGV medical. The doctor will fill in form D4.
You need to fill in form D2 and send your licence off to DVLA to apply for your provisional entitlement for D1 or D add + e if trailer required.
When you get your licence back with the provisional entitlement, you can then book your PCV theory tests. You must pass all three theory tests: the Multiple Choice, the Hazard Perception tests, and the Driver CPC Case Study.
Once you have passed the relevant theory tests, then you can go on to take your practical driving test.
We have the D2 and D4 forms. We have doctors in your area. We book your theory tests at a test centre close to you. We have a theory study package to help you pass your theory tests. We have modern easy to drive training vehicles. We will book your training and test on dates that suit you.
What does the driving test involve?
1. Reverse exercise
2. Controlled stop
3. Uncoupling & re-coupling (only for cat C+E, C1 + E)
Once the off road exam has been passed you can move onto module 3/b
A. Firstly you will be asked Safety Questions
Relevant To Vehicle. (Show me / Tell Me Questions)
B. 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 up hill start
4. Complete a down hill start
5. Show ability to drive your vehicle safely
I Drive driving training trainers are more familiar with the test and will teach and guide you throughout your training to prepare you for success in your test.
We will allow you to drive through the common test route to prepare you for your practical test. This makes you more familiar with the route and also builds your confidence while having your practical.