Obtaining a driving licence is now more complex and demanding than ever before. With higher standards for each of the theory, hazard perception and practical tests, candidates will need as much information and guidance as possible. Furthermore, the demand for LGV instructors at all levels is increasing as the industry responds to a severe skills shortage. A forthcoming EU directive will also require the retraining of drivers and instructors who wish to be included on the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) register.The LGV Learner Driver's Guide provides an overview of all the requirements for obtaining a LGV Drivers licence for both drivers and instructors. It provides comprehensive guidance on the theory and practical tests, the main points of law for the LGV drivers and identifies areas of responsible driving. Dedicated chapters on the role of the LGV instructor and the LGV instructors exam is also included. Appendices include useful addresses, contact details for test centres and DSA accredited instructor training centres.The book is essential reading for aspiring drivers, drivers who will need to re-train under new EU legislation and instructors aiming to be included on the DSA register.A Practical Guide to LGV Licences, Theory and Driving Tests John Miller. Table 3.1 Minimum test vehicle requirements (for vehicles first registered before 1 October 2003) Note: MAM = maximum authorized mass The ... Closed-box trailer slightly less wide than the towing vehicle; - Rear view by external mirrors only.
|Title||:||The LGV Learner Driver's Guide|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2005-09|