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Car drivers could be allowed to drive lorries without a test

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Holders of a normal driving licence could soon be allowed to get behind the wheel of a lorry without a formal test. Currently, the licence only permits the holder to drive a vehicle up to a weight of 3.5 tons. In November, CheshireLive reported that a shortage of drivers affected bin collections across Cheshire East.
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Nottingham PostNottingham Post

Car drivers could be allowed to drive lorries without a test

The Government is considering the change

2 months ago·Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Staffordshire LiveStaffordshire Live

Car drivers could be allowed to drive lorries without a test

The move is being considered in bid to tackle the HGV driver shortage

2 months ago·Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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Cheshire-LiveCheshire-Live

Motorists could be allowed to drive HGVs with no formal test

Currently, the licence only permits the holder to drive a vehicle up to a weight of 3.5 tons

2 months ago
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lancs.livelancs.live

Ban on car drivers driving HGV vehicles without test to be lifted

70,000 lorry drivers are said to have quit their role since the pandemic began

2 months ago
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