MC Truck Licence

An MC(Multi Combination) Truck Licence is a vechicle towing more than 1 trailer. 

An MC Truck licence allows you to drive trucks commonly called a B-Double and Road Train.

You must have held a HR or HC licence for at least 12 months. The upgrade is done over a 16 hour course (minimum), students recieve a statement of attainment upon completion of the course.

We offer TLIC4006 Drive Multi Combination courses in either one of our prime movers: a Freightliner Argosy 101 with automatic gearbox and 550hp CAT C15 single turbo motor or "Stella" a Western Star with 18 speed Eaton Fuller Road Ranger gearbox and 550hp CAT C15 twin turbo motor. 

If you have a medical condition the code ‘M’ will be recorded on your licence. This means that when you drive you must carry a current medical certificate (this is detachable from your Medical Certificate for Motor Vehicle Driver form F3712) and drive in accordance with any stated conditions.

When upgrading to a higher class of licence, if you have a condition: M on your current licence you will need to visit your doctor to have the certificate updated to include the new class before you begin your training.

If you drive vehicles with a GVM of more than 8 tonnes, public passenger vehicles (for example buses, taxis or booked hire) or drive a vehicle that is licensed or required to be licensed to carry dangerous goods, you must meet the commercial vehicle driver medical standards in the Assessing Fitness to Drive publication. For more information, visit the Austroads website

What can I drive? Number of Trailers Description
2 or More A truck with more than a 15 tonne GVM multiple trailers.
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