Whether you’re learning to drive a car at seventeen, or an LGV at thirty-four to enhance your career propositions, it’s understandable that the nerves can build up. There is one way that you can help beat the nerves when undertaking LGV training however, by signing up with a DSA registered training provider.
Unfortunately being DSA registered isn’t compulsory as an LGV training provider, as there are no mandatory qualifications you must have to teach someone the basics of driving a light goods vehicle. However, our team here at The LGV Training Company believe that it’s important to learn with the very best, which is why we use experienced instructors who are DSA registered.
Whilst anyone with a driving licence and relevant driving experience can teach a learner the basics required to successfully handle an LGV, only a DSA registered provider can teach you how to become a safe and competent driver of such a vehicle.
This is because DSA approved trainers understand not only how to handle the vehicle that you’re learning in and how to pass on the skills and advice that you need to be able to handle such a vehicle; but they also have the experience necessary to successfully install the rules of the road into you, meaning that when you pass your test you’re not a good driver, instead you’re a great driver.
Here at The LGV Training Company we believe in providing you with the best training experience possible which is why not only are we registered with the DSA, but we’re also registered with the Road Haulage Association, guaranteeing that we stay up-to-date with the latest EU laws and legislation.
So if you want to ensure that you stand the best possible chance of passing your LGV training enabling you to consider working towards your HGV licence; then instead of going with any old instructor, book your training with The LGV Training Company.
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