How much does a C1 licence cost UK?

How much does a C1 licence cost UK?

The cost of a Category C1 Driving Test is £115.00. It is necessary for candidates wishing to attain a Category C1 Licence to first attain a Driving Standards Agency L.G.V. Theory Pass Certificate. The Theory Test consists of 100 multiple choice questions and you will be required to correctly answer 85.

How long does it take to get a C1 license?

After you’ve passed your C1 licence test Once you’ve passed your practical test, you’ll receive your full C1 driving licence within 10-15 days.

How do I get a C1 licence UK?

In order to attend a C1 driving course, you must: be at least 18 years of age and have a manual car (Cat B) licence. If you have an EU licence you will need to complete a Form (D9) and obtain a UK licence with C1 provisional entitlement before attending your course.

How long is a C1 course?

2 to 4 complete days
Fees should only vary slightly between the different providers. You should opt for a training course that runs for 2 to 4 complete days to ensure that all the necessary points are covered.

What vehicles can I drive with a C1 licence?

Category C1 You can drive vehicles between 3,500 and 7,500kg MAM (with a trailer up to 750kg).

Can you fail a C1 test?

If your examiner records more than 15 driving faults (minors) during your test or at least one serious or dangerous fault, you will have failed the C1 ambulance driving test.

What can I drive with a C1 licence?

With a category C1 licence, you can drive any van up to the weight of 7.5 tonnes, which gives you plenty of scope for lots of different vehicles.

  • If you’re looking to drive professionally, the C1 licence is a great place to start.
  • Does C1 give you b e?

    Once you pass your C1+E licence, you will also automatically get Category B+E entitlement (car and trailer licence) as well. Advantages of this licence means you can drive any vehicle up to 7.5 tonnes and tow horse boxes, caravans, boats or motorbikes.

    Is C1 a lorry entitlement?

    You must have full car entitlement (category B or BE) before you can apply for provisional lorry or bus entitlement. If you have never had a lorry or bus licence, you must get a licence showing provisional category C/C1 (lorry) or D/D1 (bus) entitlement before you can start to learn to drive lorries or buses.

    Can I tow a caravan with a C1 licence?

    It also includes C1 with C1E, meaning you can drive a vehicle with MAM up to 7,500kg and tow a caravan/trailer where the combined MAM of tow vehicle and trailer does not exceed 8,250kg, as long as the trailer MAM does not exceed the unladen weight of the vehicle.

    Can I go straight to Class 1 HGV?

    After qualifying as a Class 2 HGV driver, you can go straight in to becoming a Class 1 HGV driver by taking the Category E practical test. However, there are several steps you must take before becoming a Class 2 driver: Obtain a car driving licence.

    How much does category C1 training cost?

    We offer various combinations of Category C1 training courses depending on experience: All prices include the weekday practical test fee of £115.

    Who is the category C1+E course for?

    The Category C1+E course is for those who have already got a Category C1 licence and who want to tow a larger trailer. All our driver training courses are on a one-to-one basis and we aim for a first time pass each and every time!

    How many hours does it take to become a C1 driver?

    Within each 5 year period afterwards you must complete 35 hours training which is called Driver CPC Periodic Training. Category C1 – Vehicles between 3,500kg and 7,500kg. This covers ambulances and most horseboxes.

    Where does LGV training take place in Suffolk?

    Training for LGV (Large Goods Vehicles – the new term for Heavy Goods Vehicles) will be provided in one of our 5 dedicated training vehicles – making us the largest Suffolk based LGV / HGV training provider . LGV / HGV training takes place in and around Ipswich, Suffolk.