A Medium Sized Lorry With a MAM (Maximum Authorised Mass) Of At Least 4 Tonnes MGM And Not Exceeding 7.5 Tonnes (Commonly Called, "A Seven and a Half Tonner"). Also Known as Category C1.
If You Passed Your Car Test After January 1997 And Want To Drive A Vehicle In This Category You Will Have To Meet The Medical Requirements, Apply For Provisional Category C1 or C (If You Are Over 21) Entitlement, and Pass The LGV Theory Test Before Taking a Driving Test In a Vehicle This Size.
If you require a C1 licence to become a paramedic, we at A1 Driver Training will do your driver training in actual Mercedes Ambulances, giving you the experience to drive the vehicles you need for your career.
You Must Be 18 Years Of Age To Drive a Vehicle In This Category.
Our Training Deployment
All training consists of an intensive course with the Test on the last day. Training is generally undertaken with2 pupils to one instructor, Although we do also cover a ONE to ONE course by special arrangement.
The Assessment: keys
The assessment is set up to ascertain the length of course required, the average time scale is 5 days. Weekend and evening courses can be arranged.
I am sure that you are aware that you must pass your class C (rigid) test before advancing to class C+E (artic). We also undertake training for C1 which is the 7.5 tonne vechile. We have now purchased an ambulance for training pupils that wish to be paramedics.
We strive to offer a high quality learning environment for a competitive price, making it much more likely that trainees will pass their HGV/LGV or PSV driving test at the 1st attempt.