HC & MC Truck Licence Vehicle

MC Truck Licence

HC Licence

At Core Driving School, we use modern vehicles and equiptment to ensure all training is up to date.  RMS Accredited Training and Assessment for all heavy vehicle. Providing courses for LR, MR, HR, HC and MC. The HC licence in NSW is one of the most popular heavy vehicle course Australians are conducting.

The HC Licence in NSW, consists of 14 criteria’s and generally is completed in just one day. However occasionally we do ask students to come back for a second day training, to spend more time on one or more particular criteria before finding them compitant for their assessment.

At Core Truck Driving School it is our priority to educate, train and assess all students attending the HC licence in NSW. As a professional heavy vehicle tuck licensing school, we pride our-self’s by delivering high standards of training and assessment, Assuring all students understand the fundamentals of handling a heavy vehicle safely.

As a professional heavy vehicle operator, you need to understand the risks and responsibility involved while obtaining the HC Truck licence. We make sure all new truck drivers are found competent of handling a heavy vehicle safely.

Training includes the fundamental skills that every capable truck driver needs, as well as safety courses. Safe operation of heavy vehicles and defensive driving capabilities for all classes of heavy vehicle licences is a mandatory component.

TO APPLY FOR AN HC LICENCE, YOU MUSTHave held a MR or HR Licence open or P class for at least 12 months
Complete the 3 steps below to be eligible for your HC licence with the RMS;
Complete and pass the driver knowledge test with the RMS
Pass the on road HC practical with Core Driving School
Pass a competency assessment (test) with Core Driving School
Ensure you have a medical certificate for the class of licence you are applying for, if you currently have a medical condition on your licence
Please note:

If you currently hold an HR or HC Licence, you may also be eligible for your MC (Multi Combination) truck licence, if you have held your HR or HC licence for at least 12 months. An MC is a vehicle towing more than 1 trailer