HC Licence (Heavy Combination Licence)
HC Licence NSW
ALLTRUCK DRIVER TRAINING is recognised by Transport for NSW as a provider of heavy vehicle training and assessments for drivers wishing to obtain heavy vehicle driver licences.
An HC Licence (Heavy Combination Licence) is a legal requirement for anyone who wishes to operate an articulated vehicle with three axles or more. This licence allows drivers to drive any prime mover with a single semi-trailer, or heavy vehicle plus a single trailer greater than 9 tonnes GVM. Automatic/synchromesh and Unrestricted/Constant Mesh gearbox endorsements available
FREE and EXCLUSIVE Offer
Applicants now have access to our Online Preparation Course. The course is optional and will help applicants prepare for Training and Assessment.
Government Funding Available
Find out more here or call 1300521289
Pre-requisites to Get HC Licence
To enrol in the Heavy Combination (HR) licence training course, all participants must:
- Have held a Class MR or HR licence for a least one year. P2 licence holders cannot upgrade to this class.
- Pass an eyesight test
- Pass the HC knowledge test
- Complete the TfNSW Combination knowledge test and obtain a Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment (HVCBA) learners logbook and guidebook
Drivers upgrading to the HC licence receive up to 9 or 10 hours (depending on the applicants choice of licence restriction) of training and assessment time, for the initial course fee. If additional time is required for an applicant to reach a competent standard, a discounted rate will apply.
Our training and assessment systems satisfy the TfNSW requirements for Heavy Vehicle Competency Based Assessment (HVCBA)
Training starts at our Horsely Park premises (Near Eastern Creek and Wetherill Park)