MR Truck Licence Course

The MR Truck Licence Course (Also known as the Medium Rigid Truck Licence Course) is completed as a 1-Day Course

Upon completion of this course, you will be eligible to drive any rigid vehicle that does not exceed 2 axles. You can also tow a trailer while driving a MR Vehicle, but it must not exceed 9 tonnes GVM.


How To Get Your MR Truck Licence

3 Easy Steps Is All It Takes

Step 1.

Complete your DKT

The first step to getting a Medium Rigid Truck Licence is to complete the Driver Knowledge Test (DKT).

You can study and practice for this computer test by clicking HERE

Step 2.

Book Your Licence Course

Once you have successfuly completed your Driver Knowledge Test (DKT), you are eligible to be booked in for your Heavy Vehicle Licence.

You can call AHVT on 1300 00 2488 or click below to make a booking.

Step 3.

Complete Your Licence Course

The next and final step is for you to attend your licence course with AHVT.

Once you have successfully completed your training and assessment you can take your certificate to Service NSW and receive your Heavy Vehicle Licence.

Medium Rigid Truck Licence Requirements

  • To enrol in the Medium Rigid Licence Course, all participants must:
  • Currently hold a minimum P2 Class Licence (Green P's)
  • Have held a Class C licence (not including a learner’s licence) for a period of at least 12 months.
  • Successfully complete a Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) for the MR Licence Course at any RMS Branch

Course Duration

  • The Medium Rigid Licence Course is performed as a 1-Day Course. Throughout this course, each student will receive:
  • A minimum of 6 Hours of 1-on-1 Training
  • Breaks for Morning Tea & Lunch
  • A Final Competency Assessment (FCA)

Course Outline

  • Pre-operational check and cabin drill
  • Start, move off, shut down and secure
  • Management of steering, gears, brakes and accelerator
  • Create, maintain and protect crash avoidance space
  • Application of road rules and directions
  • Reversing and parking
  • Hill stop and Hill start
  • Load securing
  • Final competency assessment
AHVT DriveSafe - Safer Driver Course


AHVT is contributing to the efforts to drive our road toll down to zero through our DriveSafe Program.

The pathway to safer roads is through safer drivers, that is why we include DriveSafe training in every  single Truck Licence Course.