What types of vehicle can you drive on a Class 2 licence. Check all that apply. What types of vehicle can you drive on a Class 2 licence. Check all that apply.

  • A. A rigid vehicle (including any tractor) with a GLW of more than 6000kg but less than 18,000kg

  • B. A combination vehicle (that is not a tractor/trailer combination) with a GCW of not more than 12,000kg

  • C. A combination vehicle (that is not a tractor) consisting of a rigid vehicle with a GLW of 18,000kg or less towing a light trailer (GLW of 3500kg or less)

  • D. A rigid vehicle with a GLW of more than 18,000kg that has no more than two axles

  • E. A tractor with a GLW of more than 6000kg but not more than 18,000kg, if driven at a speed over 30km/h

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    The correct answer is A, B, C, D, E
     
    Correct. Assuming they have the right endorsements (e.g. wheels, tracks, rollers or forklift), they can also drive a class 1 vehicle and a forklift with a GLW of more than 18,000kg, a special-type vehicle that runs on rollers or self-laying tracks and has a GLW of more than 18,000kg, a special-type vehicle that runs on wheels and has a GLW of more than 6000kg but no more than 18,000kg (if you're always going to be operating this type of vehicle at a speed not exceeding 30km/h, you can use a full Class 1 licence), a special-type vehicle* that runs on wheels and has a GLW of more than 18,000kg, if driven at a speed not exceeding 30km/h (if you want to drive at more than 30km/h, you'll need a Class 4 licence), and a tractor with a GLW of more than 6000kg but not more than 18,000kg, if driven at a speed over 30km/h.