Getting your HGV Entitlement

Talking to a trainee the other day the subject of the route required to gaining his category “C” entitlement and the complicated explanation on the governments website. So maybe this is a subject other prospective trainees are also having the same problem? There are 4 modules mentioned on the DVSA website let’s see what these are you will need to pass if you are starting from having just a car licence:- Module 1 The theory test) this is split into 2 parts The multiple-choice questions part lasts for 1 hour and 55 minutes, and the pass mark is 85 out of 100 questions, and hazard perception test You’ll watch 19 videos, and there are 20 developing hazards to spot. The pass mark is 67 out of 100


Come and see some great trucks at the BRS truck show Lincoln Farm Truck Stop, Kenilworth Rd, Balsall Common B92 OLS,Phone: 01675 442301 Have a great day out on Sunday the 17th July 2016 start about 10:00am British Road Services was formed back in 1948, and a celebration of its 68th year will take place on Sunday July 17, 2016, at the Lincoln Farm Café, Kenilworth, Solihull, B92 0LS. All profits from the sale of programmes will be donated to the MacMillan and Marie Curie Cancer Care Trusts.

Theory test making roads safer

Since its introduction, the theory test has continued to contribute towards the government’s commitment to: reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads ensure safer journeys How the test works There are 2 parts to the theory test: 50 multiple-choice questions hazard perception - a video test about spotting hazards on the road You must pass both parts to pass the test. But not everyone passes their theory test first time. The pass rate for car drivers in 2015 to 2016 was 49.3%. Questions on these topics are the most incorrectly answered: road and traffic signs safety margins rules of the road Other topics include attitude, safety and your vehicle, and documents.

Another Broker closes leaving trainees out of pocket

On Friday 10th June another HGV training broker went into liquidation leaving its unfortunate trainees out of pocket unless they had paid by card and were insured. Although I agree there is a place for brokers, but when using one the trainee should always do their homework and check the company out. Many of these Brokers out source their training to reputable HGV training companies throughout the country without the training knowing. The offer of credit to pay for your training is also offered as it may be by any training company, if this is how you need to pay for your training just remember that should the company go into liquidation you are still responsible for the repayments but if the

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