LGV HGV Driver Training
Whether you are looking to train as a local delivery driver or international lorry driver Learn to Drive Me can provide comprehensive HGV and LGV training in Bristol and the South West, and across the UK. We also offer Bus/Coach/PCV/Minibus training, Driver CPC and Car & Trailer.
Train in a way that suits you
When it comes to training, Learn to drive Me offers a truly flexible approach. You can choose from a five-day training course to an intensive two and half day course. All with a friendly, patient approved driving instructor. We offer group or solo instruction so whether you’re an individual looking to start a new career or a large transport firm looking to train your staff Learn to Drive Me can offer a tailored course that suits your requirements.
Which category of license is correct for you?
Category C1: is for a rigid goods vehicle weighing between 3.5 tonnes and 7.5 tonnes. Vehicles drawing trailers not over 750kg maximum authorised mass are included in this category. Drivers must have a minimum age of 18 years.
Category C: is also known as a Rigid. The licence required to drive a Category ‘C’ vehicle is also known as a ‘Class 2’. This category allows the holder to drive any rigid goods vehicle with more than 2 axles. Drivers must have a minimum age of 18 years.
Category C + E: is for an articulated lorry, often called Artic, also known as class 1. This category allows the holder to drive a vehicle weighing over 3.5 tonnes with a trailer over 750 kg maximum authorised mass. This licence can be obtained once the driver has their licence back with the full Category C on it. Drivers must have a minimum age of 18 years.
Category D: is any bus or coach with more than 8 passenger seats and a trailer weighing up to 750kg. Minimum age of driver is 18 years.
Category D1: Small passenger-carrying vehicles with 9 to 16 passenger seats and a trailer weighing up to 750kg. Minimum age of driver is 18 years.
The Certificate of Professional Competence (also known as Driver CPC Qualifications) has been a mandatory part of any professional drivers’ qualifications since September 2009. Learn to Drive Me now offer classroom-based CPC courses in Bristol for all drivers of HGVs, LGV and PCVs. These drivers all now need a Driver CPC qualification to go with their licence which is designed to improve the knowledge and skills of professional drivers of LGVs and PCVs throughout their careers.
Learn to Drive Me now offers CPC training in Bristol and the surrounding area for new drivers to complete the mandatory initial CPC qualification, and also the required 35 hours of Periodic Training over 5 years in sessions of 5 days each lasting 7hours to ensure your skills are kept up to date.
Please call or email us at Learn to Drive Me for details of our classroom study Driver CPC training in Bristol and the surrounding area.
- Helen reviewed 1 month ago
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Thanks Mark for all your help in passing. Great instructor and great guy. Would totally recommend. X
- Tim Hall reviewed 2 months ago
Mark is great fun to be with and really helps to embed the training with his sense of humour. Mark understands there is a learning curve from driving a car to driving a bus and steadily builds up the knowledge necessary. Thank you!
- Darren Mcdicken reviewed 3 months ago
Mark and Rachel were very friendly and helpful throughout.
He is a brilliant instructor, always calm and patient. Also, a great sense of humour
Plus they are much cheaper than the competition!
Totally and highly recommended
- Dave Wyatt reviewed 4 months ago
In 2 1/2 days I took and passed my CPC and practical driving test.
Mark is an absolutely superb trainer and I learned more form him in 2 1/2 days that the 3 weeks I was with a bus operator.
I certainly will not hesitate to recommend him.
Many thanks Mark and Rachel.
- Jacob Hill reviewed 4 months ago
Training was efficient and well tailored to the test; I passed first time with one minor. Company may be a little rough around the edges but ultimately they know what they’re doing and they do it professionally enough, would recommend.