Quick Start Package - £100
Get your Provisional LGV / HGV / PCV learners licence without delay
and Study for your theory tests now
Don't pay NHS Doctors medical charges which can be as much £150.
On the Quick Start Day:
- You'll have your medical.
- Get our help to complete your application forms and we'll supply a pre-paid addressed DVLA envelope for quick submission
- Receive official theory study material.
- Meet our experienced booking staff at our Park Royal office
- Get expert advice and a well-managed service with customer care our priority.
- Learn 'Tips & Hints' to help pass your tests first time
NEXT AVAILABLE DATES:
AUGUST: Thursday 31st
SEPTEMBER: Saturday 9th, 16th, 23rd & Thurs 28th
When with us for your medical we'll set up your On-Line Learning for your Multiple Choice and Hazard Perception Theory Study and talk you through how to get the best results and PASS your tests 1st time.
Official DVSA Learning Material
Learn on your phone, tablet, lap top or PC
Easy bite size learning with
Plenty of practice sessions and Unlimited Mock Tests
Books & CD's also available. Please ask about additional cost
Many people book their course on the medical day
Remember, you get FREE Driver CPC, Module 2, Case Study learning material - your choice of a book or on-line learning, as well as links to the Highway Code and Know your Traffic Signs - worth over £50, when you pay a deposit of £300 to book your course on the Quick Start Day. The rest of your course fee is not needed until you are ready to arrange training and after you've passed Multiple Choice and Hazard Perception theory tests. See STEP 4.
And when your licence is back from DVLA .....
We help you book Multiple Choice & Hazard Perception Tests
After passing STEP TWO theory tests for details and cost of driver training click on your choice of vehicle type below:
LGV C (HGV 2) Truck Driver Training & Driving Test
LGV C1 Ambulance Driver Training & Driving Test
LGV C1 and PCV D1 Minibus Level 4 Police Drivers Training and Driving Test
Lastly Driver CPC to get a Driver Qualification Card (DQC)
Driver CPC Case Study (Module 2) Learning Material
FREE Driver CPC On-Line (Module 2) Learning Material & FREE Driving Goods Vehicle Book and on-line Highway Code & Know your Traffic Signs, worth a total of £50 when you pay a £300 deposit and book your course on the day of your medical.
Or, if you decide to pay your deposit later, you can buy the learning material seperately. Ask for prices.
If you are a C1 holder and hold a Driver Qualification Card already you will not need to take this test, but click to see details of our 35 hours Periodic Training.
I've booked my Quick Start Package
What five things must I bring on the day?
- Your Photocard Licence (and your Blue Driver CPC Card if you have one).
If you've an old style paper licence or you've lost your photocard licence please bring photo ID, say a passport
- Your National Insurance Number
- Your GP's or group practice name, address and phone number and bring details of any medication you may be taking.
If you don't have a GP don't worry. While you are with us we'll help you find a local GP on the NHS website that you can register with afterwards)
- Your Driving Glasses / Lenses and your Optician's Prescription i.e. the precise measurements the optician gave you at the end of your last eye test.
And Bring Reading Glasses if you need them test.
(If wearing lenses please be prepared to remove them)
- Your Weight in Kilograms and Height in Centimetres for the doctor
Before confirming your Quick Start booking if you have any health issues or medical history that means you require a more in-depth medical examination please consult your own GP or Consultant. Before booking you may also like to click here for general information about assessing fitness to drive.
Will I need to bring a photograph?
Not normally, if you have a valid UK photocard licence you DO NOT NEED a replacement photo.
However, if your existing photo has less than 56 days to run (or you want to change your photo) then please bring a new photo and a £17 cheque payable to DVLA Swansea.
What is the minimum eyesight requirements for HGV/LGV/PCV?
What if I've lost my licence?
Please also bring photo ID (like your passport) and a cheque payable to DVLA Swansea for £17.
How long does it take for my licence to be returned? And can I drive in the meantime? What if I am stopped by the police without my licence?
Licences are normally returned in around 5 to 10 days although DVLA say allow up to 28 days. You can drive without your licence as DVLA have a record of your current entitlement on their computer and the authorities can access DVLA's computer if required.
What if I need to exchange my EU licence into a UK licence - should I do this before attending the Quick Start?
You don't have to exchange your licence before attending, you can change your licence at the same time you apply for provisional HGV/LGV/PCV licence.
DVLA charge £43 to exchange licences. Bring your EU/EEA driving licence and your Passport or EU/EEA National ID card or Biometric Residence Permit and a Passport type & size photograph. You will need send your Identity Documents with your application so we strongly recommend using the Post Office Recorded Delivery Service.
NB: if you cannot provide details of your identity you may also need your photo to be signed by someone who has known you for 2 years in the UK.
How do I pay DVLA?
Cheque or postal order payable to DVLA Swansea.
If you don’t have a cheque book or postal orders we can supply a cheque at an extra cost of £5 (to be paid cash on the day)
Is there a time limit for submitting my application to DVLA?
After we have completed all the forms they must be sent to DVLA within 3 months, otherwise you will need to take another, more up to date, medical before submitting them.
What if Park Royal is not convenient for my Quick Start?
Call us. We can give you more advice and we may be able to offer a medical venue closer to you. Then check the email we send you that confirms your booking for the address of where to meet our Quick Start Doctor.
Are there car parking places near the Wallace Park Royal office?
We are easy to reach by public transport and there is lots of free on-street parking at the weekends (sorry during the weekday we are unable to offer free parking).