Your LGV training won’t just take place in the driver’s seat of a large goods vehicle, as the first step (much like when you took your car driver’s test) will be to pass your theory test, which will consist of a multiple choice test, and the arguably tougher hazard perception test. Here at The LGV Training Company, we offer all the training you need to put your firmly on the road to passing – both inside the cab and behind the screen when taking your theory tests.
You don’t even have to move from your seat as you can start practicing and training yourself up from the comfort of your computer screen by following the ‘Revise Theory Test Online’ and signing up to learn online. Here, you can easily practice all of your LGV-specific theory tests to get a step ahead and prepare thoroughly for the day of the test, so that all is left is to pass your practical with flying colours and gain your LGV or HGV licence.
This online training is essential for both sections of your theory test but especially so for the hazard perception. This is because the multiple choice questions are relatively straight forward and if you study well, there should be no problem in passing – however, with the hazard perception it can be harder to tell what is going to be thrown at you as each video will be different and will present an array of different hazards.
Training online will allow you to practice over and over until you are comfortable with the videos and happy enough with your success rate to book the theory test. This will then ensure that you can continue with the most exciting aspect of your LGV training – the actual driving, until you pass your practical test and become a fully-qualified LGV driver ready to reap the rewards of a lucrative new career.
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