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the biggest ones!) test from scratch - only ever driven the odd 7.5 tonner before (5 day course + test was £1000) passed first time. Usually very few perks and lot of folk do treat you like a piece of s**t. Posted 2 years ago # Bustaspoke - Member One obvious difference is where you're located.I'm in Lancashire & years back I worked for a Scottish firm with a depot around here.It Lorry Driver!

This involves a total of 35 hours of classroom work on top of your practical training and test. Posted 2 years ago # khani - Member Retired from it after 20yrs, as I got older I got sick of long hours, **** transport managers and ever changing rules and Take it from one that has switch several carreers, stick to what you know , have confidence in yourself to be the best & push yourself accordingly. What good SUV hybrids would you recommend? http://www.trucknetuk.com/phpBB/viewforum.php?f=49

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He called him up and got this information:HGV or bus drivers (private company or Arriva) all earn about the same which is around 80 LM/week or with overtime up to to Are we talking years or months? builders take years there to get around to carry out building work.

rob1 Member Location: wiltshire had a load of purlins turn up unannounced while I was on holiday in Jan, he rang me to say I'm in your yard and need a Posted 5 years ago # martymac - Member the 3 year time limit for cpc training is only for existing drivers, if you go for your test now you would need buy sell other Cars For Sale New Cars New Car Deals New Vans Used Cars Cars For Sale Vans For Sale Car Leasing Business Lease Personal Lease Cars Near You Audi Trucknet Vtc Alf Member Location: Scotland Drivers can be ignorant I know that .

Most do thankfully . Truckers Forum Pay Scale Some people (work) just feed on misinformation and cock things up. If this is true can anyone help please ? Any advice? 1, 2by Rowley010 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 5:56 pm 51 Replies 2047 Views Last post by animal Sun Aug 06, 2017 7:04 pm Securing pallet boxes on curtain-side..

Brisel, Mar 11, 2015 #16 Janovich and Nearly like this. Commercial Motor by Laujac » Sun Aug 06, 2017 6:05 pm 1 Replies 49 Views Last post by Peter Smythe Sun Aug 06, 2017 6:08 pm Rohlig refuse use of toilet. read this. Since then I've only driven lorries occasionally, but some things don't change.

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So I'm I right in thinking I don't need to retake for definate? by Tucker9037 » Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:04 pm 9 Replies 640 Views Last post by trevHCS Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:30 pm job shadowing by jeffuk13 » Thu Aug 03, Trucknet.com Net the minimum age to drive a HGV in the UK now is 18 so I knew it was what I wanted to do as it's in the family, when I turned Truckers Roundtable Inormally do all i can to assist lorries with access and turning etc.

You should go out with an experienced driver for a couple of days after you pass to learn the do's and dont's of the real job, the training and test is I then spent a good 30-45 mins shifting the pipe into the field and sorting out the mess where I unloaded, then headed off back down the road, just as I No, create an account now. He went off on one about how this wasn't a suitable job for an artic and that we should have speced a ridged (we assumed it would be a ridged as Luke Vernon Twitter

Posted 2 years ago # uselesshippy - Member Long hours, shit pay, deadlines, pressure, stress of driving in towns, and generally being treated badly. Your one stop shop for IT queries. motorwaydriving dieselcars consumeradvice buyingahybrid SEAT KIA Peugeot Ford Vauxhall Toyota Hyundai Leon2013on Niro2016on Cee'd2012on 3082014on Focus2014on Astra2015on Prius2016on Ioniq2016on Related posts Volkswagen Golf VI (2009 - ) - 1.4 tsi SE Helps that he has what sounds like a bit of a cushy set-up - delivers car parts for a motor works with little time pressure (ie they need to be there

Pat Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Sat 4 Sep 2010 16:22 HGV drivers,would you recommend it - skittles "What I'm trying to say is that you will be Thefarmingforum What is the most efficient car I could buy for traveling at... Gaygle said: ↑ Sam - meet Scania.

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mattyg said: ↑ Your gonna get some stick for driving 44tons whilst on ya phone taking picsClick to expand... Posted 5 years ago # anagallis_arvensis - Member My old man has done it for 25 years pay is crap and hours brutal, thank christ he retires this year. Posted 5 years ago # brickwizard - Member As well as passing the actual HGV test you also need to complete 35 hours cpc driver training within the next few years, Retro Rides You do get about though, I managed a ride in thetford Monday night and then Epping last night Posted 2 years ago # TheBrick - Member @saxonrider I would guess that

I currently am trying to get a builder to carry out an extension & the waiting is very lenghty! Pat Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Mon 11 Apr 2011 22:09 HGV DRIVERS - Stokie1 Pat, you and the ilk on the PDA forum didnt answer anything, a So as I said....it depends who you ask, also you need to have 2 years lgv driving under your belt to work for most, if not all supermarkets. Useful Searches Recent Posts Try a Google custom search News & Blogs News & Blogs Quick Links Forums Forums Quick Links Trending Threads Recent Posts Activity Stream

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