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HGV Training Tips
Tip - Whilst trying to find HGV training in and around Cornwall you should be aware that the Driver CPC Case Studies test is a series of case studies which are based on real life scenarios and are designed to test the driver’s knowledge and understanding.
Tip – If you are enquiring about HGV training near Cornwall you may need to know that generally you have to be 21 to drive a large goods vehicle unless you are 18 and have an initial CPC qualification authorising you to drive that class of vehicle. There are some other exceptions which are clearly documented in the DSA Guide to Driving Goods Vehicles.
Tip – Whilst looking for HGV training in and around Cornwall it is useful to know that anyone who has been disqualified and is subject to a car driving re-test must apply to the Traffic Commissioner for their LGV licence once the extended car test has been passed. The traffic commissioner has the discretion to return the LGV licence or order a re-test.
Tip - If you are trying to find HGV training near Cornwall it might help you to know that some modern vehicles have transmission systems that include sensors that select the next gear without the driver having to press the clutch. The driver does, however, use the clutch for moving off, stopping and manoeuvring at slow speed (such as in a warehouse yard). Such vehicles are classed as manual even though the majority of driving is done in an automatic fashion.