Class 2 rigid vehicle driver training for rigid bodied vehicles between 7,500kg and 32,000kg e.g. skip wagons, tipper trucks and large horse boxes.
When do you need a Category C driving licence?
Any person who want to drive a lorry or truck that has a gross vehicle weight between 7,500kg and 32,000kg and has a fixed rigid body with no trailer attached. Examples of these vehicles include tipper trucks, skip wagons, large horsebox lorries and refrigerated lorries.
To be eligible to take this test you must be 18 years old or over and hold a provisional Category C driving entitlement (see our getting started page)
Why Choose PASS Ltd Training?
Our aim is a simple one, to provide our customers with the best possible training experience. This involves experienced instructors, with many years of driving experience, using modern reliable vehicles. All of our training vehicles have automatic gearboxes, however when you pass your test you will still be allowed to drive manual Category C vehicles.
PASS Ltd Training are the only training provider in the area with its own off-road reversing area where other companies use areas of land open to public access.
Our training takes place over 5 days, with your driving test being taken on day 5. We can arrange shorter courses if required. We are also happy to provide training to fit around your existing commitments, if this means working evenings or weekends then that is what happens…..our customers always come first!
Our training will include:
- Driver Maintenance and Safety Checks
- Reversing exercise
- Correct procedures for coupling and uncoupling
- Moving off procedures
- Hill starts
- Controlled stops
- Independent Driving
- “Show me, Tell me” Questions
- Practice Test Routes – similar to those used on test day