Medium Rigid Training: Complete your Medium Rigid training with us and get $100 off either your forklift licence or EWP licence until the end of July 17
At the completion of this training and assessment program students will be able to obtain their Medium Rigid vehicle licence. Training and assessment generally takes approximately 10 hours to complete depending on student competency.
A Medium Rigid licence allows the holder to drive a rigid vehicle with 2 axles and a GVM of 8 tonnes or more - including a truck or a bus. It also allows the holder to tow a trailer of no more than 9 tonnes GVM, and any vehicle covered by a Class LR Licence.
Our fee is $100 per hour upto 10 hours for training and assessment in our vehicle. Any additional hours required to complete this class of licence will be charged at a reduced rate of $80 per hour. Please contact us for details on our fee structure when using your own vehicle.
A Medium Rigid (MR) licence is a legal requirement for any person who wishes to drive a rigid truck with 2 axles and a GVM of 8 tonnes or more.
A Medium Rigid vehicle includes trucks and busses with a GVM more than 8 tonnes and 2 axles. Holders of a MR licence may also tow a trailer with a weight not exceeding nine (9) tonnes GVM. A holder of a MR license is also lawfully able to drive all license classes below it (light rigid, car) - excludes motorcycles. For more information please refer to the NSW Roads & Maritime website.
Before training and assessment for a Medium Vehicle licence can be undertaken an applicant must:
After successful completion of the eyesight and knowledge tests an applicant may apply for a Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment Learners Logbook and may then undertake training and assessment to obtain a MR licence.
Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment is run by Roads and Maritime Services (formerly Roads and Traffic Authority RTA) accredited Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) with heavy vehicle licensed driving instructors.
In the course students will benefit from one on one training with our instructors to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to safely drive a Medium Rigid vehicle.
During the course students will be trained and assessed in various competencies with the final competency assessment (FCA) to be undertaken at the end of the course. It includes systematic and efficient control of all vehicle functions, monitoring of traffic and road conditions, management of vehicle condition and performance and effective management of hazardous situations.
Upon successful completion students will be able to upgrade their licence to an unrestricted MR licence.
If I get my Medium Rigid Licence in an Auto will I still be able to drive a Syncro?
Yes - Getting your MR licence in either an Auto or Syncro vehicle will result in a condition B restriction on the back of your licence. This means you are not allowed to drive a vehicle with a Road Ranger gear box. NB: There are very very few Road Ranger MR vehicles in existence - Road Ranger gearbox's tend to only be in Heavy Rigid and above vehicles.
Can I go for my Medium Rigid licence if i'm on my Green P's?
It Depends - If you've held a class C (car licence) for one (1) year or more then the answer is yes you can. Any time spent on your Red P's (P1) counts, but you can't practice to drive a Medium Rigid (MR) vehicle, or upgrade to a MR licence until you hold your Green P's (P2) or full class C licence. See the RMS website for other requirements
How much does it cost to sit the Driver Knowledge Test at the RMS?
As of the 7th December 2015 the cost is $43
How much does the Logbook Cost?
As of the 7th December 2015 the cost is $26
Participants will receive a Statement of Attainment. TLILIC2015B Licence to drive a medium rigid vehicle
$100 per hour upto 10 hours when training/assessing is conducted in our vehicle. Note: Training and assessment generally takes approximately 10 hours to complete depending on student competency.
Any additional hours required to complete this class of licence will be charged at a reduced rate of $80 per hour.