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Start a New Career through HGV Training

Becoming an HGV driver is a life-changing experience that opens doors to jobs and, potentially, wins, that you thought was beyond your reach.

Start a New Career through HGV Training

With an estimated 60,000 vacancies in the UK and a starting salary of up to £ 26k, there has never been a better time to start your HGV training. Easy As the fully managed HGV service helps you qualify quickly and cheaply at some of the best HGV or LGV training company in the UK.

Category C1

The vehicle of category C1 often refers to "7.5 tonnes", is the smallest cousin in category C1. A vehicle with a rigid body very similar to Cat C, the C1 is a complete unit and the way it is treated is similar to a van or truck. You can take a C1 course provided you have a driving license and are over 18 years of age.

Easy as HGV offers a fully managed service, this guides you step by step to become an HGV driver and offers you a single point of contact for all your training needs. Our high-quality training courses at HGV are extensive, fun and affordable.

Category C1+E

The vehicle C1 + E is a small, rigid vehicle that tows a trailer with a weight of more than 750 kg. A natural step for existing C1 drivers, you can learn to drive this type of vehicle from 18 years.

Drivers with an existing license of Category C1 can immediately proceed to a C1 + E training, but those who come from a driver's license must first undergo a Category C1 training. The C1 + E vehicles weigh between 3.5 and 7.5 tons, with a trailer weight of more than 750 kg. The total weight of the vehicle and the trailer must not exceed 12 tons and the weight of the fully loaded trailer must not exceed the empty weight of the towing vehicle.

Combine C and C+E

The combined back-to-back course includes the "C" and "C + E" licenses, so you can train in the shortest possible time to be a Cat C + E controller. You can also save money by following both courses as a combined back-to-back option.


Most Horsebox owners will spend thousands of pounds to hire people to run their Horsebox for them. However, the reality is that if you are over 18 and have a full driving license in the UK, you can save money by learning how to drive yourself!

Your training to drive a Horsebox takes 3 to 6 days, depending on the type of Horsebox you want to ride and it takes place at your local training school. We have more than 45 schools throughout the country, so wherever you are, we can arrange local training for you. Our friendly team places all your reserves for you and keeps your hand at every step of the process. With our help, learning to drive with your Horsebox does not have to be stressful.

Newly qualified drivers can expect a salary of up to £ 32k. In addition, exciting opportunities to increase your skills, such as an ADR rating, can increase your salary expectations to a maximum of £ 50k per year for experienced drivers.

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