Practise for the LGV theory test for Cat C1 or C1+E licence classes.
Reduce your LGV licence costs by practising using this official DVSA revision LGV theory test.
This test contains questions which are most similar as in the official theory test because they are made by the DVSA.
LGV class licence
LGV term refers to any vehicle which is above and beyond motorcycles and standard passenger vehicles.
There are four licence classes (categories) where our theory test is made for:
This is for the smallest commercial vehicles weighing between 3.5t and 7.5t MAM (Maximum authorised mass).
The typical Category C1 is a commercial van, horsebox or smaller box trucks.
This licence class is needed when you drive a commercial vehicle between 3.5 and 7.5 tonnes with a trailer of up to 750 kg in tow.
This class is designed for large commercial vehicles excess of 7.5 tonnes MAM. For example articulated lorry, tipper truck or bin lorry.
This LGV licence class is for the largest commercial vehicles (excluding coaches and buses which require category D license)