Our superb PCV training will prepare you for a whole new range of work opportunities. We have many years of experience and our aim is to get you through the test and get you a PCV licence with the minimum of fuss.
us on 020 7018 5060 or 07818 408 336 anytime to get the following;
- Short notice PCV tests available to fit around your training. Get your licence in the shortest possible time.
- Our trainer booking system linked directly to the DVSA.
- We have driving assessments available so that you can see exactly how much training you need. From there we can work out how long it is likely to take.
- A dedicated team of fully qualified and experienced trainers at your disposal.
Call us today to start your training. 020 7018 5060 or 07818 408 336
Getting PCV training and qualified for bus and coach driver jobs.
Find the easiest and most straightforward way of obtaining your PCV licence. There are many bus and coach driver jobs in both London and across the country so the opportunities are enormous. It can be really confusing searching for the cheapest D licence so that’s where we can help. Quite often, the priority is to just get that all-important D+E driving licence quickly in order to get the job. We won’t compromise on quality but we will aim to get you qualified as quickly as possible.
There’s even better news. Our prices are the most competitive out there. Our trainers have many years of experience driving buses and coaches, so they know exactly what you need to pass successfully.
Okay, let’s look at some of the phrases used and what they actually mean:
PCV: This stands for Passenger Carrying Vehicle. PCV Entitlement is a qualification you get when a further test is taken to drive coaches and buses.
MINIBUS: This is defined as a vehicle that has been either designed or adapted to carry more than 8 but less than 17 passengers. That excludes the driver.
EXISTING DRIVERS: This is anyone who has passed their car entitlement test before 1st January 1997. The advantage of having passed before this date is that you have an entitlement to drive small buses and lorries. If you got your licence after 1990 but before 1997 these are shown as B, B+E, C1, C1+E (restriction 7), D1 (restriction 1), D1+E (restriction 1).
NEW DRIVERS: New drivers are defined as anyone who passes their test after 1st January 1997. These drivers have significantly fewer entitlements. Only “B” entitlement will appear on their licence.
Yes, all very confusing and it gets more complicated as you dig down. just give us a call and we will be happy to explain what your licence does and does not entitle you to. You can get us on 020 7018 5060 or 07818 408336.
How to get a PCV licence. Costs for D and D+E driving licence. Best possible prices.
Are you looking for the cheapest and fastest way to pass your test? Great – we can help.
Our bronze course now only costs £275 for your practical PCV D 7 D1 training on road, which means passing at a price you can value.
Getting one of those bus driver jobs will need quick decisions. Our PCV licence courses tend to get booked up quickly, so don’t hang about. Remember to add the test fee of £115, which is what the DVSA charge but this is paid directly to us. At the weekend the test fee is £141.00, but our fees are the same. For all prices see here
Want free training? Some bus driver jobs will pay for your PCV Training.
There are some companies out there who are willing to pay for your PCV D & D1 training. It is worth researching those to see if any vacancies or training because it helps with costs. Some vacancies here, so it is worth checking.
What would it be like if we could save you hundreds of £’s towards becoming qualified? Realise your dream of getting a bus driver job. Ask how to spread the payments of the D licence costs and help you in the future with the D+E driving licence. Imagine contacting a company that does all of that for you.
us today for PCV training 020 7018 5060 or 07818 408336