What does code 107 mean on my driving Licence?

What does code 107 mean on my driving Licence?

106 – restricted to vehicles with automatic transmissions. 107 – not more than 8,250 kilograms. 108 – subject to minimum age requirements. 110 – limited to transporting persons with restricted mobility.

What does C1E mean?

Category C1E entitles you, among other things, to drive a light lorry and tow a trailer with a maximum authorised mass of more than 750 kg. You must be at least 18 years old and hold a driving licence for Category C1 to get a Category C1E licence.

What is category C1E on a driving licence?

Category C1E is for goods vehicles between 3500kgs MAM and 7500kgs MAM combined with trailers over 750kg MAM.

What is code C1E on driving licence?

Category C1E You can drive C1 category vehicles with a trailer over 750kg. The combined MAM of both cannot exceed 12,000kg.

What can I drive with a C1E?

Is C1E a HGV licence?

HGV Training Cat C1+E Licence If you’ve already got a Category C1 licence and you want to tow a larger trailer, then our Category C1+E course is for you. This licence gives you a pulling power of 8.25 tonnes in total.

What does C1E entitle me to drive?

What category is C1E?

Licences issued between January 1997 and 14 October 2012

Vehicles you can drive Category before 2013
Category C1 vehicles with trailers over 750kg; the combined weight of vehicle and trailer can’t be over 12,000kg C1E
Vehicles over 3,500kg with trailers up to 750kg C
Vehicles over 3,500kg with trailer over 750kg CE

What does C1 and C1E mean on my licence?

C1E. C1E (with restriction code 107) Vehicle between 3,500kg and 7,500kg carrying no more than 8 passengers plus driver, with trailer over 750kg and a combined weight of no more than 12,000kg.

What can I drive with a cat C1E licence?

Does grandfather rights still exist?

If you gained a bus or coach driver and gained your licence D, D1, D+E or D1+E before 10th September 2008, you also apply for Grandfather/acquired rights. This means you can continue to drive without taking the new CPC tests.

Can I go straight to Class 1 HGV?

After qualifying as a Class 2 HGV driver, you can go straight in to becoming a Class 1 HGV driver by taking the Category E practical test. However, there are several steps you must take before becoming a Class 2 driver: Obtain a car driving licence.

What does C1e (with) mean?

Vehicles between 3,500kg and 7,500kg carrying no more than 8 passengers plus driver with trailer over 750kg, if combined vehicle and trailer weight isn’t more than 8,250kg. C1E (with restriction code 107) A. Vehicles with up to 16 passenger seats plus driver, with trailer up to 750kg.

What is provisional C1+E entitlement?

Drivers who hold subcategory C1+E – limited to 8.25 tonnes MAM, may apply for provisional entitlement to the new subcategory C1+E, in order to take and pass the test which will increase their combined vehicle and trailer entitlement to 12 tonnes MAM.

Do I need to take the C1+E test?

However, the C1+E licence granted through acquired rights has a restriction code 107 attached to it meaning that you are restricted to a combined weight of not greater than 8250kgs. Therefore, if you wanted to drive any combination in excess of this weight up to a maximum combination of 12 tonnes, you would need to take the C1+E test.

Is a post 97 licence entitled to a C1+E test?

a post ’97 licence has no C1 entitlement. you must FIRST pass a C1 test THEN take a C1+E test. #24 not according to the DfT website….

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