Provisional Licence and Medical Forms

The D2 form is the licence application form you complete to get the provisional entitlement to drive the vehicle of your choice as a learner. The D4 is the medical application form that must accompany the D2 form when you send it to the DVLA.

Booking a Medical

A D4 LGV medical is required for all LGV drivers’ first application and renewal. You are not required to use your own Doctor, and specialised companies such as D4 Drivers are based across the UK offering medicals for only £55.00. 

When you make an in-app purchase, you will gain access to an additional £10.00 discount!

It is the law that you are medically fit to drive a lorry. The medical lasts until you are 45 years of age, and then another is required every five years until you get to 65 years, when it then becomes an annual requirement.

Get £10 off medicals (usual price £55, our price £45)

Medicals are available at a choice of 85 locations across the UK, with appointments available on evenings and weekends to suit you. Medicals include the mandatory eye test.


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Booking Theory Tests

When you’re ready to take your LGV theory test, you can book a space at your local test centre. Because there are two parts to your LGV theory test:

Module 1a Multiple-Choice Theory

Module 1 B hazard Perception

You can opt to take them both together (which is more common) or separately. Remember, you must pass both parts of your theory test before you can book your practical test.

It is sensible to undertake the Driver CPC Module 2 Case studies test at the same time. Passing this before the practice will mean you are ready to start work as soon as you have passed the Module 4 demonstration and module 3 driving test.

The cost of the theory tests are as follows:

Module 1a Multiple-Choice Theory = £26.00

Module 1 B hazard Perception = £11.00

Module 2 Case Studies Test = £23.00

 

Tachograph Card

    1. You don’t need to wait until you’ve passed your test to order a digital tachograph card.

    You can apply online or by post to:

    • Get your first GB (Great Britain) driver digital tachograph card if you currently live in England, Scotland or Wales (you cannot apply online if you’re exchanging a foreign tachograph card – apply by post instead)
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    • Renew a card if it’s expiring within 90 days
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    You must apply by post if you need to change an EU, EEA or Northern Ireland tachograph card to a GB tachograph card. You must have lived in the UK for more than six months in the past year.

It costs:
  • For your first GB driver digital tachograph card = £32
  • To renew an expired card = £19
  • To change an EU, EEA or Northern Ireland tachograph card to a GB tachograph card = £32

Multiple-Choice Theory (Module 1a)

In the multiple-choice Theory test, you will be asked to answer 100 random questions, and you will need to get at least 85 correct. You are given 1 hour 55 minutes to complete this test, and you have the option of a 15-minute practice session to help you get used to the format.

When you start, the multiple-choice questions will appear on the screen, and you will use the mouse or touch the screen to choose the correct answer. You may need to select more than one correct answer for some questions.

If you aren’t sure of the answer to any of the questions, you can ‘flag’ them and come back to them at the end.

Hazard perception (Module 1b)

The LGV Hazard Perception Test (module 1b) is a series of 19 video clips, each lasting about one minute. The Hazard Perception Test clips feature various types of hazards.

You will be required to score a minimum of 67 out of 100 to pass the module 1b hazard perception test. The maximum you can achieve for each hazard perception clip is five points.

One clip in the official test will contain two hazards, enabling you to score up to ten points

Case Studies CPC (Module 2)

The module 2 case studies test involves a series of questions based on real-life scenarios that a student may encounter during their day to day work as the driver of a large goods vehicle

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The test is made up of 7 case studies you work through on a computer.

You’ll be asked between 6 and 8 multiple-choice questions on each case study.

The test lasts for 1 hour and 15 minutes, and the pass mark is 40 out of 50.

The module 2 case studies test forms part of the initial driver CPC. You will need to take and pass this test before undertaking the Module 4 Practical demonstration test.

Practical Demonstration (Module 4)

In the module 4 practical demonstration, you’ll need to show that you can keep your vehicle safe and secure. You’ll be asked about:

Safe use of your vehicle and checks to make before driving

Loading a vehicle safely

Checking for risks such as crime and people trafficking

Assessing emergencies

You require a score of at least 80 out of 100 points, with at least 15 out of 20 for each topic area.

A good LGV Driving School will make time to train you for the module 4 practical demonstration.

You must have passed the module 2 Case Studies test before you can book the Practical Demonstration Test.

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