Light Rigid vehicles are typically small school buses, minibuses or light courier vehicles. Many professional drivers start with these vehicles as a courier or delivery driver, driving for themselves or as part of another business.
Medium Rigid vehicles are trucks that have two axles and a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) over 8 tonnes, this class of licence is popular with delivery vehicles, small tip trucks or other medium sized commercial vehicles.
Heavy Rigid vehicles are trucks that has three or more axles and a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) over 8 tonnes. These vehicles, can be buses, heavy rigid tray trucks, heavy tip trucks and semi-trailer or prime-movers (when without a trailer).
Heavy Combination vehicles are prime-movers with three or more axles and towing a two-axle trailer with a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) over 9 tonnes, or any three axle rigid vehicle towing a two axle trailer with GVM of more than 9 tonnes.
This training program is designed for people who wish to attain a “Multi Combination” Drivers Licence. People seek this licence to upgrade their skills from a Multi-combination* (HC) or a Heavy Rigid (HR) Licence.
Please note that the NSW Transport Roads and Maritime Services require you to have held your HR or HC licence for over 12 months.
*Multi Combination vehicles are also known as B Doubles, B Triples or Road Trains.
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