Pass Your Test with Our Bournemouth Lorry Training
If you drive a lorry for work purposes, then you need to have a CPC qualification (Certificate of Professional Competence). Any individual who operates a heavy-duty vehicle, such as a lorry over 3.5 tonnes or a minibus with nine seats, requires a CPC. If you are searching for lorry training in Bournemouth, then Dorset Driver Training can help.
We have experienced instructors who will guide you to that all-important pass. Bear in mind, though, that you only need the CPC qualification if you passed your car test after January 1997. Our lorry training, Bournemouth motorists, is designed for those of you who need to drive the vehicle for work.
Once you have arranged to undergo your Bournemouth lorry training course at Dorset Driver Training, you will have 35 hours of lessons. These will need to be completed every five years to maintain your qualification. Make sure that you bring a photo card driving licence, a valid passport, a digital tachograph card or a driver qualification card to training.
Keep in mind that each five-year spell starts from five years before your current licence expires. So, it is your decision with regards to when you take the course again, but you must complete it within that time period. As well as having a practical test, our lorry training in Bournemouth will consist of a 30-minute theory test known as Module 2.