Times are changing in the transport industry, becoming a truck driver in the UK is now even more demanding.
Health and safety, road awareness, Driving laws, vehicle knowledge and much more are now important factors when you want to drive a heavy goods vehicle. This should make the transport industry more respected, which will effect the demand and most importantly the wages.
Lets hope that someone benefits from all these changes !! whether it be saving lives , improving the industry or increases the wages there has to be some good that comes from all the investment and training thats now required from driving trucks.
If you want to be a part of this change and become a UK truck driver and learn to drive a truck then start your training with Traindrive a commercial driver training centre based in Dartford on the borders of London and Kent.
WHAT SIZE TRUCK DO YOU WANT TO DRIVE ?
There are currently two HGV licences in the UK to drive a heavy goods vehicle
1. A Class 2 or Category C or Rigid licence is the smaller of our LGV training fleet. LGV drivers will always be in demand. Suppliers or hauliers need to transport goods from A to B and that requires a driver too!
We operate a fully serviced full size 18T Scania 260 94D for this course.
2. A Class 1 or Category C+E or Artic licence is the largest of our LGV training fleet. LGV drivers will always be in demand. Suppliers or hauliers need to transport goods from A to B and that requires a driver too!
We operate a fully serviced full size 40T Scania R Series 480 Topline with a tri – axle box trailer for this course.
Traindrive currently have a special offer on our HGV class 2 course.
If you have passed your CPC module 1 & 2, you can sit your driver training for module 3 and Traindrive will give you CPC module 4 Training for FREE ( excludes £55 test fee )
Booking an intensive driving course is a big decision and investment. If you have any queries regarding the pre – training requirements, the course, the training or the industry, we are always here to advise. call and arrange a no obligation chat over coffee at our office.
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