Frequently Asked Questions
You must have held a full NZ Class 1 licence for at least six months.
Begin by studying general and heavy vehicle road codes in preparation for sitting your class 2 learner licence. Let us know if you would like some support with this, as we can incorporate learner license study sessions into your training course.
Visit your doctor to get a driver’s medical. Note: The medical is only valid for 60 days, so do this close to when you plan to sit your class 2 learner licence.
Visit a licensing agency such as AA or VTNZ within 60 days of getting your medical to apply for a class 2 learner licence. You will need to present your driver’s medical certificate (unless you have presented it once in the last five years) and pass a theory test consisting of general and heavy vehicle road code questions.
After successfully gaining a class 2 learner licence you can proceed to undertake your class 2 approved license training course with Central Lakes Licensing. Then you’ll just need to take the certificate provided by Central Lakes Licensing to a licensing agency to have your new full licence endorsement added to your licence.
When sitting your class 2, 3 or 5 learner licence, you’ll be asked 25 general road code questions as well as ten specialised questions relating to the licence class you are sitting. Follow the below links for study/practice
Heavy traffic road code go to: http://www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/roadcode/
For practice tests go to: http://www.drivingtests.nz
http;//www.theorytest.nz or download the app
Refer to NZTA licenses by vehicle type sheethttps://www.nzta.govt.nz/driver-licences/getting-a-licence/licences-by-vehicle-type/what-you-can-drive/
To operate a Forklift in your workplace, we recommend completing an OSH/Worksafe Forklift course as a minimum.
You’ll also need an F endorsement to drive a Forklift on a road or any site that the public can access.