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Cat C Licence Training

A Category C (or Class 2) licence allows you to drive rigid vehicles over 3,500kg (3.5 tonnes) with a trailer up to 750kg). It’s the entry level licence for anyone who wants to become an HGV driver.

Want to learn to drive a truck and start your career in the haulage industry? Our Category C licence training takes you through all the skills you’ll need to pass your test first time – and we have the highest DVSA pass rate in the industry.

The training is on a 1:1 basis, with one of our expert instructors, in a modern Scania rigid truck. We’ll also give you an LGV Workbook to map and record your progression, which you’ll be able to show to a prospective employer when you apply for a job.

It’s possible to combine your Category C and Category C+E licence training. Just call us on 0345 4507735 for more details.

Requirements: 18 years of age, a full unrestricted manual Category B (car) licence, a provisional LGV licence

What next: In order to drive ‘for hire or reward’, you will also need to pass your module 2 and 4 tests as part of your Driver CPC. This is part of UK driving licence legislation.

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Ask about our START PLUS package. We’ve designed a driver support service that works alongside our training package to take care of all the booking, payment and provisional licence processes, as well as your module 2 and 4 tests. On successful completion of all the START PLUS elements, you’ll have your licence and a Driver Qualification Card valid for 5 years.

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Cat C Licence Training

Course Overview

Duration: 5 days (subject to assessment)

Format: Practical training followed by a DVSA test


  • Vehicle safety
  • Use of controls
  • Roadcraft and anticipation
  • Awareness and planning
  • Reversing
  • Daily de-briefs