Heavy Vehicle Licence

All Wheels Driver Education provides training for not just Learner Drivers for Class C (car). We are accredited with the RMS to provide Competency Based Training and Assessment for all types of heavy vehicles - LR, MR, HR, HC and MC.

Light/Medium Rigid

LR licence class is required for driving small buses and trucks (GVM up to 8 tonne), and is essential for many different driving roles, such as tour guide, food delivery driver, primary/secondary school teacher and many more.
MR Class driving licence allows you to drive 2 axles bus or truck with GVM grater than 8 tonnes. Getting MR licence is a great start for your career in transport industry.

What do I need to get LR/MR Class Licence?

  • Class C licence (except a learner licence) or equivalent for 1 year or more
  • Successfully complete HVCBA, or pass a Roads and Maritime driving test

 

Heavy Rigid

HR Class driving licence allows you to drive 3 or more axles vehicle with GVM grater than 8 tonnes (including bendy buses).

This universal licence is a great choice both for those who would like to start their driving career and for experienced LR or MR class drivers.

What do I need to get HR Class Licence?

  • have held a class C licence for at least two years; or
  • have held a class LR or MR licence for at least one year
  • Successfully complete HVCBA, or pass a Roads and Maritime driving test

 

Heavy Combination

HC Class driving licence allows you to drive 3 or more axles vehicle with GVM grater than 8 tonne and a trailer with GVM over 9 tonne.
Getting an HC licence is a great way to increase your pay rate and expand career opportunities as a driver.

What do I need to get HC Class Licence?

  • Have held a class MR or HR licence for at least one year
  • Successfully complete HVCBA, or pass a Roads and Maritime driving test

 

Multi Combination

MC is a superior driving licence that allows you to drive any motor vehicle or combination of motor vehicles (including B-doubles and Road Trains) except a motor bike.

What do I need to get MC Class Licence?

  • Have held a class HR or HC licence for at least one year
  • Successfully complete HVCBA (if you hold an HR licence, you’ll need to pass an HC assessment first)
  • Pass a medical examination

 

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