LR - LIGHT RIGID TRUCK COURSE
TLILIC2014 LICENCE TO DRIVE A LIGHT RIGID VEHICLE
- A Light Rigid Licence will let you drive small trucks. These include minibuses, coaches and light trucks that are more than 4.5 tonne GVM and less than 8 tonne GVM.
- This type of licence certification will open up the number of vehicles you are allowed to drive on the road. Common vehicles for which you will require a Light Rigid Licence for include.
- 25 seat Busses – the most common.
- 13 seat vans – Most common transit vehicle.
- Small Trucks – Delivery trucks designed to carry a small load.
- Motor Homes – Many motor homes fall into the light rigid category
- A current Australian Driver’s Licence card; held for a minimum of 12 months
- Pass the RMS knowledge test.
- Have held a class C licence, (except a learner licence) or equivalent for one year or more
- Pass an eyesight test
- Issued with a RMS CBA (Competency Based Assessment) Logbook and CBA guide book
- Successfully complete HVCBA, or pass a Roads and Maritime driving test.
A PERSON WHO HOLDS A PROVISIONAL P1 LICENCE IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A LR LICENCE.
What New teach Training Centre course includes
- Drive a 14 Seat Mini Bus or LR truck with GVM up to 8 tonnes
- Monitor and observe traffic and road conditions
- Monitor and observe and maintain vehicle performance
- And you will be trained and assessed agents the 14 applicable criteria
- These skills are trained and assessed over a period of about 8 hours,however some drivers need extra time that some think the instructor will discuss with the driver based on the driver performers case by case.
- On the completion of New Teach Training Centre Course if you deemed competent by New Teach Training Centre trainer/assessor, you will be issued a Certificate of Competency and a Statement of Attainment.
- New Teach Training Centre will submit your results to the RMS HVCORS.
- You going to your local RMS, and paying the Licence upgrade fee then you can start your career as a LR truck driver.