The Best Course for Light Rigid Licence
Licence to Operate a Light Rigid Vehicle
Light Rigid licence is the next stage up from a car licence. Once this licence class is achieved you will be able to drive a variety of vehicles like trucks up to 8 tonne GVM, 14 seats mini buses, 25 seats mini-buses. Members of the ambulance service also require a LR Licence to drive an ambulance. Some small motor homes will also require a LR licence.The course is conducted in a mini bus and is relatively easy to achieve with a high success rate. We have a one-day course available for this class of licence.
Class LR Licence vehicles in NSW include:
– Any motor vehicle more than 4.5 tonnes GVM but no more than 8 tonnes GVM
– Any towed trailer must not weigh more than 9 tonnes GVM.
– Any vehicle with a GVM of no more than 8 tonnes which carries more than 12 adults including the driver.
– Also include vehicles in Class C
– Pre-operational check and cabin drill
– Start, move off, shut down and secure
– Management of steering, gears, brakes and accelerator
– Create, maintain and protect crash avoidance space
– Application of road rules and directions
– Reversing and parking
– Hill stop and Hill start
– Load securing
– Final competency assessment
– Trailer coupling and uncoupling
Have held a class C licence, (except a learner licence) or equivalent for one year or more. Any time you’ve spent on a P1 licence counts, but you can’t practice to drive an LR vehicle, or upgrade to an LR licence until you hold a P2 or full class C licence
Pass the LR knowledge test
Pass an eyesight test
Final competency assessment (FCA):
Once the Training course is completed you will be required to sit the Final Competency Assessment, which is a final drive that will be video recorded as an RMS requirement. After the FCA has been completed successfully and the required standard of competency has been achieved you will be issued with a certification which the RMS will then use to issue you LR licence.
Please contact us for dates. Courses are run 7 days a week.