MC Licence

A multi-combination (MC) driving  licence is required to drive any B-double or road train.

It is the highest licence standard you  can get and it is highly demanaded in the transport industry and therefore one of the highest paid licence classes for driver’s working in the industry.
There are some compulsory requirements for an MC driving licence
– You must have held HR or HC for at least one year
– You need to untertake a compulsory training course
– The course must be conducted by registered ADTA accredited by RMS and must be approved by RMS

How to Apply for an Multi-Combination (MC) licence

1. Go to an RMS motor registry and:
– Provide a current photo licence or other proof of identity that meets RMS requirements.
– Complete a licence application form.
– Provide a completed medical report.
– Prove that you meet MC driving licence compulsory requirements.
– Pass an MC driving licence knowledge test questions.
– Pass an eyesight test.
– Obtain Class MC HVCBA guidebook and logbook

2. After this, your licence application form will be returned to you. Then:

– Make sure your form has been stamped with a registry stamp, and reads “approved to attend multi-combination driver training and assessment course.”
– Bring this form to Ellis Driving School
– Complete the MC driver training and assessment course (HVCBA), and obtain a certificate of competency.

3. Then you simply take your certificate to the RMS registry and they will issue you your Multi-Combination/B-double licence.