What is Section 5 on driving Licence?

What is Section 5 on driving Licence?

(Note: in the case of female driving licence holders, ‘5’ is added to the second digit, this means that the second digit will be 5 or 6). The fourth and fifth digits are the day of the month of your birth.

What is a Class 5?

Class 5 generally contains less clay than class 1. Consisting of rock, sand, and clay. Class 5 is primarily used for building foundations, parking lots, driveways, and asphalt. Use this for your home project or get a truckload out to your cabin to build a driveway or a walking trail.

What is class 5 license BC?

A BC Class 5 license is the final stage in becoming a completely certified British Columbia driver, but to get your Class 5 licence, you need to demonstrate that you are a capable, safe driver in any road or weather conditions.

What is B licence category?

The category B licence lets you drive a motor vehicle with a maximum weight of up to 3,500kg, it can’t have more than eight passenger seats. If you want to use a trailer the most it can weigh without additional hassle is 750kg.

Can I drive a motorbike with a car license?

Yes, if you have a full car licence you can ride a 125cc scooter or motorbike off-road. However, you must take and pass your compulsory basic training (CBT) before riding on the road.

What is a Class 5 MOT test?

What is a Class 5 vehicle? Class 5 MOT testing covers private passenger vehicles with 13 or more seats, playbuses and ambulances. A class 5A test covers these vehicles with the inclusions of a seatbelt installation check.

Can Class 5 GDL drive on Highway?

Class 5 GDL drivers can drive on any Alberta roadways and are not prohibited from driving on highways.

What is a B E driving licence?

Category B+E is for car drivers who would like to be able to tow a trailer with their car. With a Category B+E driving licence (car & trailer combination), you will be able to drive your car and tow a trailer with a maximum combined weight of up to 7 tonnes.

How many seats is a Class 5 MOT?

MOT costs

Vehicle class Age first MOT needed (years)
Private passenger vehicles and ambulances (more than 16 passenger seats) 5 1
Playbuses 5 1
Class 5 vehicles (13 to 16 passenger seats) with a seatbelt installation check 5a n/a
Class 5 vehicles (more than 16 passenger seats) with a seatbelt installation check 5a n/a

What’s the difference between Class 5 and Class 5 GDL?

The biggest differences between the Class 5 and Class 5 GDL are the demerit points, alcohol limitations, and being able to upgrade to a professional license.

What is the difference between GDL and Class 5?

Before you can get a full Class 5 driver’s licence, you must have a Class 5 Graduated Driver’s Licence (GDL) for at least 2 years with no suspensions in the last year. While driving with a Class 5- GDL licence, the following rules apply: you cannot drive with more people than there are seat belts in your vehicle.

What is a Category B Licence?

Category B – if you passed your test on or after 1 January 1997. You can drive vehicles up to 3,500kg MAM with up to 8 passenger seats (with a trailer up to 750kg). You can also tow heavier trailers if the total MAM of the vehicle and trailer is not more than 3,500kg. You can drive motor tricycles with a power output higher than 15kW…

What is Category B + E driver training?

Category B + E – Driver training courses for LGV (HGV), PCV (PSV), trailer, bus, truck, ambulance, minibus… | J Coates offer a full range of professional driver training courses including Driver CPC qualification. Relief drivers available. Driver job vacancies and driving careers.

Can I drive a motorbike with a provisional Category B Licence?

Non-disabled drivers can no longer ride motor tricycles with a provisional category B licence. You can drive a category B vehicle – but only an automatic one. You can drive a vehicle with a MAM of 3,500kg with a trailer. The size of the trailer depends on the BE ‘valid from’ date shown on your licence.

Can I tow with a Category B Licence?

With a car (category B) only licence, you are still able to tow something, but with weight restrictions applied. Unfortunately, the wording on the gov website can be a little confusing so hopefully the information below will help.