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Welcome to Highfield Heavies - Here at Highfield Heavies, we undertake the finest quality training courses, covering every aspect of training allowing you to become a qualified lorry driver.
About Us -
Located in Ayrshire, we proudly cover throughout the surrounding areas including Glasgow and Paisley.
Established back in 2012 and with a wealth of over 25 years of experience, we are more than pleased to offer an excellent value for money service with an outstanding pass rate for all customers who are willing to learn how to drive and obtain your licence for:
• HGV Class 2
• LGV Class 2
• Car (P) Trailer Training
• Mini Bus Training
Our Services -
You must pass a Module 2 Case Study and Module 4 Practical CPC test to dive an HGV if you have passed your car test after 1st January 1997.
These modules are a theory type test and a practical CPC test.
Cat C Vehicles:
To drive a class 2 vehicle, you must:
• Be over 18 years old
• Have a medical from your Doctor or you can use ours at a reduced fee
• You must send away for an LGV Provisional Licence
• You will then undertake the Theory Test (100 questions)
• Including a Hazard Test
The practical driver training is over five days with the practical test on day five. Once you have passed all this, you have to pass an initial Drivers CPC unless you are exempt or passed your car test before 1st January 1997.
Cat B & E Car & Trailer:
If you have passed your driving test on or before the 1st January 1997, you can drive a car or van up to:
• 3.500kg maximum authorised mass (MAM)
• Towing a trailer up to 750kg (MAM)
• Tow a trailer over 750 kg (MAM) - if the combination (mam) of the trailer and the towing vehicle is no more than 3.500kg
If you wish to tow larger trailers, then you must get a Car and Trailer Category B+E licence.
If you passed your driving test before 1st January 1997, you can have a vehicle and trailer combination of up to 8.25 tonnes MAM (Maximum Authorised Mass).
The Cat B+E practical driving test is based on the HGV practical driving test, which will include:
• Answer vehicle safety questions
• Couple and Uncouple the trailer
• Drive on the road (this may include motorway driving)
• Execute an off-road reverse manoeuvre
• Participate in an eye-sight test
Are you looking to gain a minibus licence? As professionals, we provide minibus training in conjunction with Atlas Minibus.
If you wish to drive a vehicle carrying over eight passengers, you must have Category D1 on your driver's license.
However, if you passed your driving test before 1st January 1997 you already have this entitlement, but not for hire or reward.
As specialists within the industry, we are fully qualified to offer a minibus course which is usually 20 hours long which has been found to be enough for most driver's success in gaining D1 entitlement.
Most drivers feel at home very quickly when learning to drive a Transit, which is why a Ford Transit is used that complies to full PSV specification and DSA minimum Test Vehicle Standards.