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What Hours Can a HGV Driver Do?

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The daily driving hours for a HGV driver is a maximum of 9 hours and can be extended to 10 hours twice a week. Weekly driving is a maximum of 56 hours.
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an HGV is the correct grammar, because if you will pronounce the letter H, it starts with the letter E, it goes like this, "eich"
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There is no maximum duty WEEKLY time. Its fortnightly and can be 90 hrs driving in any 2 week period. As long as he's having 11 hrs off (reduced to 9 twice a week) he's legally allowed
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The amount of hours an HGV driver is allowed for a week is maximum of 56 hours. 2 weeks 96 hours.
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1. Call your school and find out exactly what time school begins each morning and what time school is let out in the afternoon. This will give you a general gauge of when the school
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