Heavy Combination Vehicle
Prime mover/single semi or HR plus trailer greater than 9 tonnes GVM
- This is a one-day course conducted from our Ravenhall site
- One-on-one training
- Automatic transmission
Course eligibility/entry requirements:
- Must have held an Australian car licence for at least 24 months including MR or HR licence for a minimum 12 months.
- Successful completion of a language, literacy and numeracy test.
- If you take any prescribed medication you are required to complete a medical form from VicRoads. This must be filled out by your treating doctor and taken to VicRoads directly for a clearance. A booking cannot be made until you receive clearance with VicRoads.
- You will be required to pass a standard eyesight test at our Ravenhall office as per VicRoads requirement, if you have pre-existing vision defects you will be required to complete a VicRoads Eyesight Report.
Major course elements include:
- Road law and regulations
- On-road practical driving
- System of vehicle control
- Safe and economical vehicle operation
- Reversing skills
- Coupling and un-coupling
- Defensive driving instruction
- Driver attitude
On completion of their training students sit for their licence test. Barkly Driving School will issue successful applicants with a Certificate of Competence, the applicant must present this certificate to a VicRoads office to have their licence endorsed.
Our Heavy Combination course is broken down into three components:
- Theory test based on the Heavy Combination/Multi Combination Handbook
- On-road driving test
- Off-road driving test
What you need to study:
Before commencement of a Heavy/Multi Combination course, each applicant must study the Heavy/Multi Combination handbook. VicRoads theory testing is based off this handbook.
What you need to bring:
- Australian drivers licence
- Second form of ID (Medicare or bankcard)
- Reading/driving glasses if required
- Sunglasses and a bottle of water are suggested but not required
What to wear:
- Comfortable clothing
- Covered shoes (no thongs/sandals/open toed shoes are allowed; If you do arrive for your course wearing either of these, you will be sent home to retrieve suitable footwear and the time taken to do so will be deducted from your course hours)
- Reading/driving/sunglasses if required
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