Before attending your Hr licence truck course you should check you are already doing the following as a driver on the road.
- Exit Signals to the left when leaving a roundabout.
- Giving sufficient time when giving signals when diverging more than 1mtr and until you vehicle is in new road position unless confusing to others.
- scanning right and left at all intersections eg: Lights and crossroads.
- Reducing speed by either covering the brake or applying the brake before passing through intersections with limited vision.
- Create Maintaining a minimum of 3 sec following distance between you and the vehicle in front in good conditions in the truck it will be a minimum of 4 seconds.
- Must be adjusting your speed to maintain your following distance when a vehicle cuts into your following distance.
- Not approaching turns at a speed which requires a lot of breaking.
- consistantly scanning right and left, lon middle and short distances and regularly checking mirrors approximately every 12-15 seconds.
- not stopping to close to vehicles in front when stopping.
- signaling 60mtr before turns unless confusing to others.
- looking over your shoulder to the direction you intend to move (blind spot check) when leaving the kerb, merging or lane changing, turning left or right.
- Show preparation to a light that has been green for some time to reach a point of decision safely stop for an orange light. (most common mistake by drivers is to keep full speed or to accelerate more to beat these orange lights)
Heavy Rigid Truck Licence, HR Truck Training, HR Truck License
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What can I drive with a heavy rigid HR license.
Not sure What Truck Licence you need?
With a HR licence you will be able to drive bendi buses which are classified as heavy rigid vehicles.
You will be able to drive any heavy rigid vehicle that has three or more axles on a HR truck license – heavy rigid.
With an Australian HR truck licence you will be able to tow a trailer that with a GVM 9 tonne or less.
Before you can attend a driving school for your Heavy Truck Licence training you will need to:
If you want to upgrade your car licence, Light Rigid or Medium Rigid license you will need to have held your full licence for a minimum of 12 months.
You will then need to book your HR licence Knowledge Test at your local RMS registry.
Once you have passed your Heavy rigid knowledge test you will need to purchase the Competency based Assessment (CBA) Learner logbook and guide book and book with L truck driving school.
Provisional Licence Holders.
If you are on your provisional licence you will need to wait until you are on your second year of green P’s
Some things you will learn on you HR Licence Training Course.
- Road Regulations
- Pre-Operational Checks
- Cabin Drill
- Leave and return to the kerb
- Open Road Driving
- Load Security
- System of vehicle control
- Cornering – Curves and bends
- Hills and bends
- Engine management
- Reverse parking
- Loading Bay maneuver
- Long Reverse
- Offset Reverse
- Hill Start up and Down
and much more!
You will be trained and assessed based on the RMS competency standards, you will need to meet these standards to have the RMS issue your license.
Not to worry all L Truck driving school Instructor assessor courses are approved by N.S.W. RMS you will be trained and assessed by our assessors, you will not be required to attend a RMS registry to do a driving test.