What kind of licence would I need to hold along with my full drivers licence to drive a van (e.g. transit)?

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Asked at 2012-03-23 03:15:38
Currently thinking of applying for a job a RoyalMail . I'm pretty sure you need more than a standard driver's license to drive their trucks .. so I want to get the license you need before you apply.
Answer1연결되는 단어.Answered at 2012-04-04 00:52:38
You will fine.If that beyond your driving test before August 1997 you can drive up to 7.5 ton truck with a trailer if that date want.After 'm sure you can drive mid-size commercial vehicles as a Mercedes Sprinter or equivalent so a transit will be fine .
Answer2The a1-,? -Answered at 2012-04-20 01:33:29
You can drive a transit in the normal car license . I've driven a Luton transit and that's about as big as you can go to a car license .
Answer3vultureAnswered at 2012-05-04 20:31:53
Your well on your full license up to 7.5 tonnes also to lead the United Nations needs a large HGV !
Answer4EthelAnswered at 2012-05-18 07:16:01
any other license required, but you need a clean license , and held for at least 3 years
Answer5EnocAnswered at 2012-05-25 03:10:40
Your driver's license allows you to drive a van. Lokk back on your license that tells the individual vehicles can drive.
Answer6MelissaAnswered at 2012-05-27 20:53:11
UK standard license entitles you to full driving without a doubt light vans up to 3.5 t . A normal traffic there would be no problem what so ever.
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