Before you can drive a lorry you must apply for a provisional licence from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). You can get a driving licence application form, called a D2, from A1 Driving school or from DVLA’s Customer Enquiries Unit.
- Your category B licence, or provisional car driving licence and a valid driving test pass certificate (from D10)
- A completed medical report form (D4) signed by a doctor & the appropriate fee
- Please allow 2 - 3 weeks for getting your licence back from the DVLA.
If this is your first application to drive a lorry, or you are renewing your licence, you must get a doctor to fill in a medical report form D4 (which is also available from post offices and DVLA) and ensure that all the relevant questions are completed.
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