Heavy Rigid Synchromesh (HR) Training2018-11-29T00:55:52+00:00

Heavy Rigid Synchromesh (HR) Licence | $999

TLILIC2016 – LICENCE TO DRIVE A HEAVY RIGID VEHICLE

A vehicle 8 tonnes GVM and above, with 3 or more axles. You are eligible for a heavy rigid licence after holding a car licence for 2 years.

Foresite is a Vic Roads accredited provider of heavy vehicle licence courses. At Foresite our training is conducted on a modern, well maintained fleet of vehicles at our custom built training facility that includes an off-road training range and reversing area for students to practice skills prior to assessment.

Book your place now 1300 366 015

LICENCE TO DRIVE HEAVY RIGID VEHICLE COURSE
Course Overview

  • Road Law
  • Heavy vehicle weights
  • Heavy vehicle heights
  • Heavy vehicle signage
  • Effects of alcohol (BAC)
  • Hendon system of vehicle control
  • Essential skills and safe operation
  • Access and egress
  • Pre and post operational vehicle checks
  • Assessment performance checks
  • Eyesight test
  • Theory assessment
  • Off-set reverse training and assessment
  • Drive training and assessment including kerbside stop
Who is this course designed for?

This course is for people that want to obtain a Heavy Rigid truck licence in a vehicle equipped with a synchromesh gearbox.

Requirements*:

  • Students must hold a current Victorian car drivers licence
  • Students must have held an Australian car drivers licence for at least 24 months
  • Students must provide proof of identity
  • Students must have confidence in driving a manual vehicle
  • Students must have studied the Vic Roads Truck and Bus Handbook

*Please note – all applicants for heavy vehicle licence courses will be subject to Vic Roads eligibility prior to confirmation of enrolment

Student Ratio: 1:1

Course Outcome: Successful students receive a Certificate of Competence which is submitted to Vic Roads to receive heavy vehicle endorsement.

Cost: $999 (GST Free)

For more information please call us on 1300 366 015.

Course duration/costs do not guarantee students will sit the on-road licence test. To be eligible to test, students MUST first meet VicRoads criteria. If criteria are NOT met students will not be able to undergo the on-road test and will continue to train for the duration of the course. Additional costs will apply if students book subsequent training and/or testing.