LGV Category C (Formerly HGV Class 2) 

The LGV Category C licence was formerly commonly known as HGV class 2. The LGV Category C licence will allow driver who pass the category C driving test to drive any rigid Category C vehicle up to 32 tonnes. Once you successfully pass your LGV Category C test, you will obtain Category C on your licence as well as Category C1 (7.5 tonne licence). 
In order to attend any of our LGV Category C courses you must be at least 18 years of age and have a full Category B licence (car licence). 
Assuming you already have a Category B driving licence, your first step is to attend and pass an LGV medical test (unless you have already completed a medical for a PCV licence). You should be available to arrange for your local GP to conduct this medical and they will confirm what fee is applicable. You will need to take a D4 medical form with you and the doctor will complete the form accordingly. 
Once you have passed your LGV medical examination, you must then make an application to DVLA for your Category C provisional licence. In order to make this application you will need to complete a D2 application, which can be obtained from your local Post Office. 
The final step you must complete before attending our LGV Category C is Theory tests we can organise all these tests for you and at your convience. 
Ring the office today and see if we can sort out a bespoke package for you and your requirements.