What Is a C1 Driving License?


Category 1 driving licence is the licence that permits one to be given the implied entitlements for vehicle categories C1.Those are medium sized vehicle that weighs between 3500kg and 7500kg and D1 to drive a minibus but not as part of carrying passengers.
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A C1 driving licence is a licence that is issued to persons of 18 years and over. This licence provides and permits drivers to drive lorries between 3500kg and 7500kg with a trailer of up to 750kg and medium sized vehicles with trailers. The total weight should not be more than 12000kgs.
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