A C1 driving licence enables you to drive rigid vehicles weighing up to 7.5 tonnes and a trailer of almost 750 Kg. If you need to take a larger trailer you’ll need a C1+E licence. C1 vehicles include Ambulances, Horseboxes, Removal Trucks, etc.
Driving Test Requirements
- Apply for your provisional C1 licence. This is added to your full car driving licence.
- Go through proper training. We have C1 vehicles for you to use whilst you’re training, and experienced instructors.
- Apply for the driving test
To gain a C1 driving licence, below are some of the steps to follow:
- Request some of the documentation named D2 and D4 forms from DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licencing Company).
- Book a Medical with the doctor as assigned by the concerned authorities.
- Send the documentation along with your previous licence to DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licencing Company).
- You must be aware of all the aspects that are important in the C1 driving licence criteria.
- You should follow the below-written factors of the theory test to clear the first part to get the C1 licence.
The theory test generally consists of two tier-based tests defined in two parts:
- LGV Cat C Multiple Choice based theory test: The first part of the theory test consists of the general theory multiple choice questions based test with 100 questions in total and from which 85 questions need to be strictly correct to clear the LGV Cat C multiple Choice theory based test.
Once you complete the first part of the theory-based test, named the LGV Cat C Multiple choice based theory test. Secondly, you need to go for part B of the theory test based on Hazard perception, also known as the LGV Cat C Hazard Perception theory test.
- LGV Cat C Hazard Perception-based theory test: The second part of the theory test consists of the Hazard perception multiple-choice based tests, with 100 questions in total and from which 65 questions need to be correct to clear the LGV Cat C Hazard Perception theory test.
When you completed and cleared part A and part B of the theory tests named as LGV Cat C Multiple Choice based theory test. And the LGV Cat C Hazard Perception-based theory test respectively, then you are eligible for the practical test.