Class C1 Training
Class C1 Training
You can drive up to a 7.5 tonne vehicle with a Class C1 licence
Get your career or lifestyle enhancing licence with the A1 Training Services Class C1 training course, which lets you drive vehicles up to 7.5 tonnes and tow a trailer. Use our 20 years of experience to help you pass first time.
The C1 licence allows drivers to operate vehicles weighing between 3,500kg and 7,500kg Maximum Authorised Mass (M.A.M.), with the option of a trailer weighing up to 750kg. This licence is ideal for those who need to drive medium sized delivery lorries, ambulances, or horseboxes. It also includes the choice of coupling a trailer as standard.
A1 offer great value, direct one on one training with our DVSA registered instructors. Our tailored courses take you from the initial steps right through to passing your C1 test. To obtain the C1 licence, you will first pass a medical exam and obtain a provisional entitlement through the DVLA. With our support you can then tackle your theory test and practical test. This includes an `on the road` driving test, maneuvering exercises and a test of your ability to carry out safety checks on your vehicle and trailer.
If you're interested in obtaining the C1 licence and starting a career as an LGV, Ambulance or HGV Driver - call A1 Training on 0121 789 8471 or complete the short enquiry form below , for a fast free quote on our highly rated driver training solutions and to schedule your bespoke training course.
What you can expect to learn:
On the road driving tuition with a DVSA registered instructor
Maneuvering exercises at our centres
Awareness and planning
Highway code core facts
Vehicle safety checks
A1 Training offer comprehensive C1 training solutions to help you prepare for your theory and practical tests. Dependent upon your driving requirements you may also want to consider the C1E category licence.
The main difference with the C1E is that you can drive a C1 class vehicle with a trailer heavier than 750kg. The only restriction is that the combined mass of the trailer, vehicle and load must not exceed 12,000kg.
If you are training to be or are considering a career which involves driving an ambulance you will need to pass the Category C1 driving and theory test before you can drive an ambulance / equivalanet emergency vehicle. You do not require the C1E licence category to drive an ambulance.