Obtaining a License


We can arrange everything for you in 3 easy steps, from your medical at the start to your practical test at the end.

Step 1 - Medical
We can arrange this for you at a max cost of £75.00 We will supply you with the D2 and D4 forms and help you complete the D2. Once you have had your medical you will need to post both forms to the DVLA.

Step 2 - Theory
While you are waiting for your licence to come back from the DVLA (it can take up to 3 weeks) you should be studying for your theory test. We will set you up on-line with our up to date Multiple Choice & Hazard Perception Training Material. When you receive your licence back from the DVLA and are ready to sit your theory test we will book this for you.

Step 3 - Driver Training
Once you have passed your theory test you can commence your driver training. On you last day of training you will sit your practical driving test.

Anyone passing the Category C after 10 September 2009 will need to complete a Driver CPC Case Study and a Demonstration test.


First Steps Towards Becoming a Professional Driver TEESSIDE LGV TRAINING LTD Can & Will Help You Through The Whole Process. Call 01642 466099 and Let Us make this Easy For You.

To obtain your LGV Licence please follow the steps below:

1. Applying for a Provisional Licence:

The first step is to complete DVLA form D2, this is the application form to have the provisional category put on your driving licence. Next you need to book a medical examination with a doctor. The doctor will need to complete DVLA form D4. You should then send off both parts of your category B (car) licence, D2 and D4 forms to the DVLA in Swansea. DVLA forms D2 and D4 are available from Teesside LGV Training Ltd Tel: 01642 466099

2. Booking your Theory Test:

When you have received your driving licence back from the DVLA with provisional entitlement on, call Teesside LGV Training Ltd and we will then book your theory test.

LGV Theory Test (Module 1):

Before being able to take your practical test, you will need to pass the LGV theory test. The Module 1 theory test is divided into two separate parts; the Multiple Choice Test (100 questions) and the Hazard Perception Test (19 interactive clips).

To make a booking you will need your driving licence number and credit or debit card. If you experience problems in booking your theory test please call the office who can book a theory test on your behalf. After passing the theory test we can then start your practical training.

In order to pass the Module 1 theory tests we strongly recommend you sign up to our online theory test practise facility.

The theory test is not just about the highway code, it covers all topics ranging from vehicle weights and dimensions, drivers' hours, safe loading, hazard perception, environmental issues plus other matters relating to goods vehicles. Mock theory tests can be found on the theory test practice program.

Case Study Test (Driver CPC Module 2):

In addition to passing the two theory tests, if you want to become a professional driver (which means you will drive for a living) you will also need to pass a Driver CPC Case Study Test.

The Case Study Test is computer based. There are seven case study tests, each with between six and eight questions. The questions will be based on real life situations you may encounter in your working life as a professional driver. Further assistance is also on the theory test program.

The Driver CPC Module 2 Case Study Test can be booked via Teesside LGV Training Ltd for you by telephoning 01642 466099

In order to pass the Module 2 CPC Case Study theory tests we strongly recommend you sign up to our online Case Study theory test practise facility.

After passing the theory test(s) we can then start your practical training.

3. Practical Driver Training & Test (Driver CPC Module 3):

The practical training course will cover all aspects required by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) Syllabus. Items covered will include vehicle safety check questions, driving on urban & rural roads, dual carriageways & motorways, also off-road reversing and braking exercises.

Teesside LGV Training Ltd are registered with the DSA as a training provider and are able to book practical driving tests up to ten weeks in advance. This allows us a great deal of flexibility to arrange a course and test to suit your personal commitments. Your practical test is always taken on the final day of your course.

4. Practical Demonstration Test (Driver CPC Module 4):

If you need to achieve the full professional Driver CPC qualification, after passing the practical test you will also be required to complete a Driver CPC Module 4 Practical Demonstration Test.

The test is ½ hour in duration & takes place at the practical test centre. The examiner will test your knowledge in the following areas:

  • Ability to load the vehicle with due regard for safety.
  • Security of your vehicle and contents.
  • Ability to prevent criminality and trafficking of illegal immigrants.
  • Ability to assess emergency situations.
  • Ability to prevent physical risk.
  • Teesside LGV Training Ltd can arrange The Driver CPC Module 4 Practical Demonstration Test on your behalf.
In order to pass the Module 4 CPC Practical Demonstration Test we provide a one day training course with a qualified instructor to fully prepare you.

If you require further information regarding the new Driver CPC for professional LGV drivers please call Teesside LGV Training Ltd on 01642 466099 TLGV Vehicle