HGV PCV and LGV Drivers

                     £60 driving medicals

Lorry and bus drivers are required to have medicals throughout their careers due to the size and weight of the vehicles involved and also the length of time they may spend at the wheel.


You must have a medical :-

a)  When you first apply for your provisional Category C1, C, D1 or D licence.

b)  When you turn 45 followed by one every 5 years after that

c)  When you turn 65 and every year after that

IT IS NOT NECESSARY THAT YOUR OWN GP DOES YOUR MEDICAL

You can usually arrange an appointment within 24 hours by telephoning:-

07708 383 351

email:-

info@dr1ve.co.uk

or:-

book online now


The driver needs to bring the following to the appointment:-

a) The £60 fee. A receipt will be given.

b)  Current photocard driving licence or passport

c)  One other form of identification - for example, bank guarantee card or birth certificate

d)  The Medical Exam Form - Form D4 

e)  If you wear spectacles for driving, please ensure they are your current prescription and bring them to your appointment. Contact lenses must be removed for part of the eye test, so bring solutions, if necessary.

f)  Tablets/medicines/inhalers, etc prescribed by your doctor

g)  The address of your own doctor

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