Multi Combination License – MC License in NSW
Unit Name: License to Drive Multi Combination Vehicle
The MC license is the highest form of license that you can get on the road. Drivers qualified with the MC license are highly sought after in the transport and logistics industry. As a result, drivers holding the MC license are generally paid at a higher rate.
Class MC vehicles include B-doubles, prime movers with low loaded dollies or low loader trailer combinations, and road trains.
If you plan to obtain a MC license, you need to check the following boxes:
- You should have held a Class HR or HC license for a period of at least one year.
- You must have completed RMS knowledge test questions successfully.
- You must have obtained, thoroughly read, and understood the HVCBA learner’s guidebook and logbook.
- You must have studied all the prescribed training videos.
- You must have passed a MC knowledge test, an eyesight test and a medical examination.
We comprehensively train you with the practical skills and knowledge you need to be able to drive a MC vehicle on Australian roads. The course content includes but is not limited to the following:
- Pre-operational check
- Road rules and directions
- Start, move off, stopping and securing the vehicle
- Management of steering, gears, brakes and accelerator
- Create, maintain and protect Crash Avoidance Space
- Reversing, hill stopping and starting, and load securing
- Cabin drills
- City and highway driving
- Defensive driving
- Vehicle positioning, turning and handling
- Park or trailer brake start
- Final competency assessment
A well-trained driver is a good driver. At Jag’s Truck Training, our highest priority is to provide best-in-class training and expertise so that you become a smart, sensible and safe behind the wheel of that MC vehicle. We stake our reputation on the quality of our services.
Give us a call and we will get you qualified to drive a truck!