Minimum Age 18
You will need to complete a DVLA D2 form in order to have the provisional category added to your licence. You will also need to have a medical examination with your own doctor. The doctor will complete a D4 form. Once they are both completed you need to send both D2 and D4 forms with both parts of your licence to DVLA Swansea.
The D2 & D4 forms are available at our training Centre in Droitwich
Medicals – HGV Drivers – PSV Drivers – Taxi Drivers
Medicals take place every Friday morning (7am to 11am) at our training centre in Droitwich. The cost of the medical will be £60 (most GP practices charge £75 – £150). To book an appointment please call 01905 774442 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on face book
2. Theory Test
When you receive your licence back from the DVLA with your provisional entitlement you will then be required to take theory tests. You can book these yourself via the DVSA web page or telephone by calling 0300 200 1122
Before being able to take a practical test you will need to pass Module 1. This is a two-part test – a multiple choice (100 questions) and a hazard perception (19 interactive clips). We can provide all the study materials you require.
If you passed your obtained car licence after 1st January 1997 you will also be required to pass Module 2 Cpc case study if you intend to drive professionally.
We recommend you have a free assessment to determine how many days training you require. (Assessments only take place once theory tests have been taken and past)
Your course will cover everything you need to reach the required standard by the DVSA with the intention of you passing first time.
This is a 30 minute test conducted by DVSA to test your practical knowledge on loading, vehicle safety & security.
If you have passed module 2 we will book this with your practical driving test.
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Phil Brown Transport Training Specialists
25A North Bank, Berry Hill Industrial Estate, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 9AU
Tel: 01905 77 44 42
Fax: 01905 79 61 51