What is a MC licence NSW?
MC – Multi Combination heavy vehicle truck licence is a prime mover, low loader dolly and low loader trailer combinations towing more than one trailer. You must have held a HR – Heavy Rigid or HC – Heavy Combination licence for at least 12 months to be eligible.
How do I get my MC licence in NSW?
To apply for an MC licence, you must:
- Have held a Class HR or HC licence or equivalent for at least one year.
- Pass an MC knowledge test.
- Pass an eyesight test.
- Successfully complete HVCBA.
- Pass a medical examination.
What is the difference between HC and MC license?
Stepping up from rigids, a Heavy Combination (HC) licence puts you in heavy articulated vehicles with a truck and trailer over 9 tonne or a semi-trailer with one trailer. At the top end of heavy vehicle licensing the Multi-Combination (MC) licence means you can operate B Doubles, set and road trains.
Can I go from HR to MC in NSW?
Any time you’ve spent on a P2 HR licence counts, but you can’t practice to drive an MC vehicle, or upgrade to an MC licence until you hold a full class HR or HC licence. – Pass an MC knowledge test. MACQUARIE DRIVING SCHOOL in NSW can help you obtain your class MC licence.
Can you upgrade from HR to MC?
Heavy Rigid (HR) to Multi Combination (MC) Course Summary Upgrading from a HR Licence to a MC Licence is conducted in an automatic prime mover, b-double combination, and takes two (2) days to complete.
How do you go from HR to MC?
If you hold an HR licence, you’ll need to pass an HC assessment before you can start MC training. When you apply for or renew a licence card or Photo Card at a service centre, it will be posted to you at no extra cost. Cards usually arrive within 10 working days.
What can I drive with a HC licence?
A class HC vehicle is a truck, prime mover or mobile crane with a trailer of more than 9 tonne Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM). An HC licence covers you to drive trucks with a single trailer (commonly known as semi-trailers). This includes prime movers, truck and dogs, pig trailers, floats and low loaders.
What is the biggest truck you can drive on a car Licence in Australia?
Class of Car Licence A vehicle that does not exceed 4.5 tonnes of Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) can be powered and can hold up to 12 adults, including the driver. Motor bikes and motor trikes do not have this.
How much does a HR Licence cost NSW?
In New South Wales, to get your learners permit for a HR licence costs $25, and your provisional licences cost $59 for P1 and $93 for P2. Once you have got your licence, the registration for a HR Licence costs depend on how long you decide to have it valid for.
How much is a HR licence NSW?
HR- Heavy Rigid. We offer two types of Heavy Rigid (HR) licence courses; unrestricted (manual/ road ranger) and automatic/ synchromesh gearbox. The unrestricted course generally takes 2 days and costs $1870 per student. The automatic course takes 1 day and costs $1500.
What is heavy combination?
An HC (Heavy Combination) is a truck or prime mover towing one trailer. You must hold an MR (Medium Rigid) or HR (Heavy Rigid) licence for at least 12 months to be eligible for this heavy vehicle licence class. Any towed trailer with GVM of more that 9T.
What is a HC driver in Australia?
A Heavy Combination (HC) Truck Driver is an individual who handles and drives trucks or prime movers attached to a semi-trailer or heavy rigid vehicles towing a trailer.
How much does it cost to get a multi combination licence?
Our fee for upgrading your licence from a Heavy Rigid Licence (HR) to a Multi Combination (MC) Licence is $3300. This course is for those participants who currently have a Heavy Combination licence and want to upgrade to a Multi Combination licence.
What do you need to know about MC Multi combination?
Participants must pass a medical examination. The CBA guide book must have been read before starting the course. Applicants holding a class HR – Heavy Rigid licence are required to pass a class HC – Heavy Combination licence assessment before undertaking MC – Multi Combination training.
Can you get a MC multi with a P2 licence?
A person who holds a provisional P1 or P2 licence is not eligible for a MC – Multi Combination. Provisional P1 or P2 licence holders are NOT eligible to upgrade to a HC – Heavy Combination until you hold a minimum of a full class HR – Heavy Rigid heavy vehicle truck licence for a minimum of 12 months.
What kind of vehicle is a multi combination?
Multi Combination vehicles include: B-doubles; Prime mover, low loader dolly and low loader trailer combinations; and road trains. Before training and assessment for a Multi Combination Vehicle licence can be undertaken an applicant must: