Contact us as soon as possible and we will provide you with all the options specific to your needs
We provide automatic vehicles (this will put a B condition restriction on your licence) & we also provide road ranger (manual) vehicles.
The minimum requirements are between 5 and 8 hours depending on the class of licence you require. As everyone learns at a different pace, some students may require more training.
Yes. There is a final assessment after the training has been completed. Under RMS rules the trainer cannot be the same person to perform the final assessment. We provide the assessor that will conduct your assessment.
Please bring your learners logbook, your licence, something to drink and wear some comfortable shoes like sneakers.
We accept cash, direct bank transfer, paypal or Stripe (credit cards)*
You will need to go to your nearest RMS (tfNSW) service centre & have your learners logbook changed to the logbook you want to attempt. For example you have an MR logbook but would like to attempt HR. tfNSW will charge you a fee for the change of mind but you will not have to redo the rigid DKT.
The driving part of the training is one on one but some of the “out of truck” training may be done in a group situation.
Yes there is. You can elect to undergo a Competency test where no training is provided and you have to demonstrate all 13 criteria detailed in your guide book.**
**Only applies to LR, MR, HR
A “CT” (Competency Test) is a test of your previous knowledge of the 13 criteria set out in your guide. If you can demonstrate competency in all 13 criteria and successfully pass the final assessment, you may not need to do the entire course. You are eligible for this with LR, MR and HR only.
* Strict conditions apply
No you don’t. There will be a rebooking fee to do the final assessment only.
The minimum wait time is an hour so usually the retest can be performed the same day
No. After your training you will be tested by an accredited RMS assessor which we provide
Yes you can. There are strict conditions that have to be met if you choose to do so. We provide vehicles specifically setup to provide the training and assessment that is required.
If you currently have a B-Condition restriction on your licence you are restricted to automatic and synchromesh vehicles only. We provide the vehicle and training required to pass the final assessment. Once you have passed the final assessment, you will receive a certificate of competency which you will take to the RMS to get your licence endorsed as unrestricted.
Macarthur Driver Training and Assessment Services is a locally owned and operated heavy vehicle driver training specialist.
With over 20 years’ experience driving trucks professionally in both NZ and Australia, we have the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goal of upgrading your licence.
We are accredited RMS instructors and assessors in the HVCBA scheme with a passion for teaching the essential skills in heavy vehicle operation. We specialise in training and assessing all heavy vehicle licence classes with the emphasis of helping clients to not only pass their assessment but to equip them with sought after operational skills.
Covering the Camden, Campbelltown and Macarthur region specifically, we also offer our services to the Greater Sydney region, Central Coast and South Coast.
If you require a LR licence, MR licence, HR licence, HC licence, MC licence or “B” condition removal, we can help! Our vehicles are well maintained with the option of automatic and Constant mesh (“crash box”/Roadranger) transmissions.
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Our specialist team provides a friendly environment to learn all the necessary skills to operate heavy vehicle machinery. From pre trip checks and load restraint to reversing some of the biggest machines on our roads. You can be assured that training with us will provide you with skills that are sought after in the transport industry. All our vehicles are fully air conditioned and maintained to the highest standard to provide students with the safest and most comfortable learning experience. To be at your best you need to be comfortable with your trainer, assessor and the vehicle you are operating.
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If you hold a current interstate licence you will need to check with your relevant authority as to how you go about upgrading your licence. You can still undergo our training course under the HVCBA. If successful you will receive a certificate of competency which you will have to present to your state road authority along with your licence to have the upgrade endorsed. Remember the certificate of competency is NOT a licence to drive.