B Double – Prime mover with more than 1 trailer. A 3 axle prime mover with an A and B trailer each with bogie axles
What you need to get this licence:
- Be at least 21 years old
- Have held an HR or HC licence for at least 12 months
- If you currently hold an HR licence you must get an MC learner licence before doing the training course
- Go to a Service Tasmanian shop, show evidence of identity (this may be your driver licence) and pass a heavy vehicle rigid knowledge test (and pay the HR learner licence issue fee, if required
- Successfully complete the multi-combination training and final competency assessment with OnRoad OffRoad Training
- Go to a Service Tasmania shop and
- complete an application form
- show evidence of identify
- pass an eyesight test
- produce a Certificate of Competency to show that you’ve passed, and
- pay the licence extension fee
Using Your Vehicle Requirements (MC)
- Roadworthy, please refer to roadworthy checklist
- Comprehensively insured
- Must be at least loaded to 75% of the GCM (weighbridge docket must be provided)
- A heavy combination vehicle with more than one trailer. The vehicle must be B-Double rated and have all pertinent documentation, permits etc. The combination must be at least 22 metres in length, in B double configuration or
- The minimum vehicle type for an MC is 3 axle prime mover with an A and B trailer each with bogie axles
To gain a heavy vehicle licence for a particular class. Where training is required an intensive hands on
training course has been implemented.
On successful completion of the program you will receive a Statement of Attainment for:
- TLILIC3018 – Licence to drive a multi-combination vehicle
You will receive a Certificate of Competence, which you will need to take to Service Tasmania.
This program is nationally recognised.
The Training will be delivered by an experienced and qualified trainer, face to face.
The training follows a specifically prepared course session plan.
Assessments will be conducted using a theory and practical assessment tool. The assessor will inform you of each of the assessments prior to them being conducted.