Category D & D1 (Coach & Mini Bus) Training
In order to obtain a PCV Cat D or D1 licence, you need to be at least 18 years old and hold a full car licence.
The next stage is to obtain a provisional PCV licence. To do this, a medical will need to be undertaken and the completed forms sent to the DVLA at Swansea. Once the provisional licence is back with you, a driving assessment in the vehicle you want to drive can be arranged in order to check you get the right amount of training.
Your theory tests can also be booked. Everyone will need a Multi Choice theory test and a Hazard Perception test. You may also need a CPC Case study. See our CPC page or more details.
Once again, we can take the hassle out of booking your Theory and Hazard Perception Tests, as we have tests pre booked so one can be allocated to you at a convenient time and place.
Full details of our starter package can be found on our Starter Package page
After successfully completing the theory test, and driving assessment, you can then book your driving course. The training will then be tailored to suit your own needs. We operate 7 days a week and have practical tests pre booked so training can be arranged around the driving test. Category D training is undertaken in our 45 seat Dennis Javelin coach with a manual gearbox. Category D1 training is carried out using our Ford Transit 17 seat mini-bus.
Your test will take place at our own test centre. Since 2012 we have been a Customer Site for Lorry & Bus tests. This means that the examiner comes to our training centre to start your driving tests so you’ll be in familiar surroundings and take your test on the same area that you practise.
When you pass your test, we’ll take your photo and add you to our ever expanding ‘WALL’. You’ll also get one of our much sought after ‘goodie bags’.