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How do I get my class 5 truck licence?

To get a class 5 truck licence so you can drive a large combination vehicle you will first need to have held a full class 4 licence for at least 6 months (or 3 months if you are 25 or

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Getting a P endorsement and passenger services licence

From October 1, 2017, passing a P endorsement course is no longer required to drive a passenger service vehicle (i.e. a vehicle that takes paying passengers e.g. taxi, bus, coach, etc). Course providers must not issue any P endorsement certificates after October

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How do I get my class 4 truck licence?

To get a class 4 truck licence so you can drive a large rigid vehicle you will first need to have held a full class 2 licence for at least 6 months (or 3 months if you are 25 or

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How do I get my class 2 truck licence?

To get a class 2 truck licence so you can drive a medium rigid vehicle you will first need to get a learner licence then take a practical test to get a full licence. How much does a class 2

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How do I get my car licence?

There are three stages of a car licence: learner (class 1L), restricted (class 1R) and full (class 1F). This is called a graduated driver licence system and at each extra stage you get extra responsibilities. How much does a car

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Forklift driver training

Upskill and improve your chances of employment with a forklift licence. There are two options when you are learning to drive a forklift: Forklift operator’s certificate (previously the OSH certificate) – view the forklift certificate course here F endorsement – view

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How to become a tow truck driver or car transporter driver

What do tow truck drivers and car transporter drivers do? Car transporter drivers (sometimes called car carrier drivers) transport one or more cars on a large truck, usually from a port to a regional or local dealer or distribution centre.

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What is a pink driver’s licence?

A driver with a pink licence has special conditions because of a suspension or disqualification. Alcohol interlock The words ALCOHOL INTERLOCK appear above the photo. The driver can drive all classes of vehicle displayed on the card, but the vehicle

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How to become a driving instructor: getting an I endorsement

This article covers the requirements of becoming a driving instructor, plus advice on starting out, including the advantages of each type of option for your employment. A driving instructor is the only person allowed to teach people to drive for

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How much does it really cost to get a motorbike licence?

Riding a motorbike is cheaper than driving a car, but it still costs money to go through the licencing process and to get lessons from an instructor. This article outlines the costs. Getting your licence is a three-step process, but there’s

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How much does it really cost to get a car driver’s licence? (+calculator)

Getting your driving licence can help you make money (many jobs require that you have a driver’s licence), give you freedom, spend time with friends, pursue hobbies and see places you might not otherwise easily be able to see. But

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What vehicles can you drive on what class of licence in New Zealand?

Class 1 – car licence (learner or restricted) A holder of a Class 1 learner or restricted licence can drive: Any vehicle with a gross laden weight (GLW) or gross combined weight (GCW) of not more than 4500kg, including tractors

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