What Is an Adr Driver?


An ADR driver is a person who is licensed to transport dangerous goods in tankers regardless of the gross weight of the carrying vehicle. The licence is valid for five years and there is no required pre-qualification, so anyone with a full UK driving licence may get one after training.
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An ADR driver is one who has undergone ADR Vocational Training. In this training drivers will be trained to carry ?In-Scope? packaged dangerous goods, heavy weight goods, etc. Any driver with valid UK driving licence is eligible to get ADR certification.
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OK. This is a Large Goods Vehicle licence category C+E with an ADR (VTC) certification to drive dangerous materials. For example a petrol tanker. Category C - Vehicles over 3,500
Average salary for a class 2 driver with an ADR license is £17 per hour. Without the ADR most jobs offer £8.50 an hour.
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