Free hgv/class c licence with rv sale or swap

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    I will pay for HGV or C licence training upgrade from car for anyone buying my RV in one go, or swap your motorhome for my RV , see my thread Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    I'm a slow learner, how many lessons are you willing to pay for? :Laughing:
     
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    You do realise you are talking £1000 pounds plus for HGV/LGV training now..and lets face it you are not guaranteed to pass..be careful what you ask for..:Doh:
     
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    I would say any one that can drive and has had years of driving expierence should not need more than about 10 lessons but i am guessing there, but i would say about £1000 or so ????????????? Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    Am taking Cat C - cost £175 for the preliminaries [medical, theory and hazard tests etc] then £1100 for 5 x 4 hours training + test. Failed test, so having to pay £300 for additional morning's tuition and retest. Cheap it ain't!
     
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    Last time to get this offer boys and girls Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    Eric is correct on an average cost........the average first time pass rate is 65% due mainly to nerves of that 35% that fail 90% will pass second time :thumb:

    like wise any one who purchases my Winnebago I have for sale I will include a Cat C course (which is not needed) but there when you want upgrade again :thumb:

    If any one requires information on licence aquisition call me 0797 475 8989 if I know a good provider in your area then I will tell you at least you will be able to go armed with the correct questions to ask though we do have ehu and parking at work :thumb:

    All the best Rick
     
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