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Wayne Tanner wanted to complete his class 1 driver training. He came out to Truck School and explained that he already has plenty of experience in a class 2 lorry.
Wayne did a short assessment with Mike and a training schedule was made. Wayne completed his training in our lorry as sponsored by J F Pearce and sons. He was nearly perfect in all of his reversing practice and his uncouple and recouple procedure. His driving wasn't bad either!
So day of test and the nerves kick in. The reverse was not pretty but Wayne managed to get it sorted. After using both of the allowed shunts, the back of the lorry was in the box and all cones remained in tact. Off for the drive and he had to pull in to allow another lorry past. The other lorry was another Truck School lorry and a friendly wave exchanged between drivers and examiners.
Back to the test centre to get the result and he only got 2 driver faults, showing that he really was under sontrol throughout the entire drive.
Wishing you all the best with your new HGV class 1 driving licence, Wayne.