What can a HR driver drive?

What can a HR driver drive?

What can a HR driver drive?

Heavy Rigid (HR) Truck Drivers are individuals who are licenced to drive vehicles with unlimited gross vehicle mass and tow trailers up to 9 tonnes without axle limitation. Heavy Rigid vehicles may include buses, trucks or articulated buses with more than two axles.

What does HR license cover?

A Heavy Rigid (HR) class licence is as big as you can go in a rigid truck. With a HR licence you can drive trucks and buses over 8 tonne GVM with three or more axles and a maximum towing weight of 9 tonnes. Hino rigid 500 Series models are available to licence holders in this category. BE

What can I drive with a HR licence WA?

The HR licence allows you to drive vehicles with three or more axles and a gross vehicle mass more than 8000kg. It also allows you to tow a trailer with a gross vehicle mass of 9000kg. a person who has held an HR licence for at least four years.

What can I drive with a HR licence NSW?

Heavy Rigid Licence - Class HR licence vehicles in NSW include: – Trucks and buses with a GVM more than eight tonnes, and three or more axles. – Any towed trailer must not weigh more than nine tonnes GVM.

What is the difference between MR and HR license?

What is the difference between a MR and HR License? An MR (Medium Rigid) License allows you to operate trucks and buses over eight tonnes GVM with two axles only, while a HR License entitles you to operate trucks and buses over eight tonnes GVM with three or more axles. BE

How can I upgrade my MR to HR Licence?

In order to upgrade to HR (Heavy Rigid) Truck Licence in NSW you would need to have held your class C ( Full or P) for 24 months. Time you have spent on P1 licence does count but you won't be able to practice driving a rigid vehicle on P1. You can only upgrade to HR licence if you hold P2 or full class C licence.

What is the difference between HR and Mr Licence?

What is the difference between a MR and HR License? An MR (Medium Rigid) License allows you to operate trucks and buses over eight tonnes GVM with two axles only, while a HR License entitles you to operate trucks and buses over eight tonnes GVM with three or more axles. BE

What is a restricted HR Licence?

A Heavy Rigid (HR) licence is the highest class of licence you can obtain from a car licence. A HR vehicle can have three or more axles and must be a rigid truck or bus. ... The HR non-restricted licence is a road ranger or non-synchromesh gearbox.

What is the largest van you can drive on a car Licence?

What size van can I hire on a normal licence? You can hire any van up to 3.5 tonnes on a standard driving licence. That includes large vans such as the full size Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter. BE

Is HR Licence higher than MR?

What is a HR licence? A HR licence allows you to drive HR vehicles and every class of vehicle below it which includes C, LR, and MR. A HR licence is also the highest class of licence you can upgrade to if you currently hold a car licence.

Do you need a LR licence to drive a prime mover?

  • You would still need an LR licence to drive it legally though. Once you have the licence, the rules are unified between the states. You can drive a prime mover (without a trailer) because it is a rigid vehicle.

Can you drive a pm on a HR licence?

  • As a former HV driving Instructor & Licence assessor, you ARE allowed to drive a PM (only) on a HR licence. Obviously it becomes a HC with a single trailer attached over 9t or greater). HR is any 3 or more axled rigid vehicle. For instance a twin steer tri axle agitator (5 axles) is still classified as a rigid vehicle.

How big of a truck can you drive with a HR licence?

  • An HR vehicle is a bus or truck (including a prime mover or mobile crane) with over 8 tonne Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) with 3 or more axles. Your HR Licence will permit you to drive a heavy vehicle that has: towed trailer with a gross vehicle mass less than 9 tonnes.

Can you drive a prime mover without a trailer?

  • Once you have the licence, the rules are unified between the states. You can drive a prime mover (without a trailer) because it is a rigid vehicle. Interesting about that extra restriction on semi trailers though – presumably this also applies to large caravans and horse boxes that attach to the fifth-wheel of a US-style pickup truck?

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