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Why Should You Take Admission in Heavy Vehicle Licence Classes?

Press Release   •   Aug 07, 2012 13:31 IST

Are you an Australian citizen? Do you want to earn more from here? If yes, you can choose a career in heavy vehicle driving. Australian citizen, who are in the profession of heavy vehicle driving, earn fair amount of money as many shipping and freight forwarding companies in Australia offer good salary packages and opportunities to travel many unknown lands. To be a heavy vehicle driver you should get your training from a reputed heavy vehicle driving school that offers a variety of CBA training courses for many different heavy vehicle licence classes. Again you should take training from a certified driving instructor to pass the RTA driving test at your first attempt. After your training you must get a valid driving license as a permission to start your career in this profession. It is always good obtaining your heavy vehicle licence under CBA system. Here you have to pay the appropriate fee for your heavy vehicle licnece and study materials.

Here you will be given two books as study materials:

  • A Guide to Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment.
  • A Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment Learner’s Log Book.

 

As I have said earlier you should be very careful at the time of selecting your school. A professional heavy vehicles driving school always provide you industry standard vehicles that can make your training perfect and up-to-the-mark.

 

Now take a look at various types of heavy vehicle licences that fall under CBA Assessment.

They are as follows:

LR- (Light Rigid Licence)

MR- (Medium Rigid Licence)

HR- (Heavy Rigid Licence)

HC- (Heavy Combination Licence)

 

LR- (Light Rigid Licence)

Light rigid refers to a licence that allows you driving vehicles with a GVM greater than 4.5 tonnes but not more than 8 tonnes. So the licence holder can drive any towed trailer that must not cross more than 9 tonnes GVM. As to get a light rigid licence one must hold a class c licence for at least one year he is allowed to drive vehicles that fall under class C.

MR- (Medium Rigid Licence)

Medium Rigid refers to a licence that allows you driving vehicles with 2 axles and a GVM greater than 8 tonnes but it must not be more than 9 tonnes GVM. As the precondition of getting this, one must hold a class C for at least one year. A holder of a MR licence is always allowed to drive vehicles in class LR and lower.

HR- (Heavy Rigid Licence)

It allows you driving vehicles with 3 or more axles and a GVM of more than 8 tonnes. Any towed trailer that must not weigh more than 9 tonnes GVM is allowed to drive under this class.  It can include articulated buses. To get this class one must get a licence of a class C for at least two years or a LR or MR class for at least one year.

HC- (Heavy Combination Licence)

It includes heavy combination vehicles like a prime mover towing a semi-trailer, or rigid vehicles towing a trailer with a GVM of more than 9 tonnes. A holder of a HC licence is allowed to drive vehicles in class HR and lower.

 

If you look for any lincece belong to any of these types, you can take your admission in New Tech Driving School in Australia.

newteachdrivingschool.com.au  is a perfect website through which you can get all your queries regarding perfect Heavy Combination Licence and Light Rigid Licence in  Australia.