For the experienced driver ready for more advanced driving involving multiple trailers.
Drivers must have 2 years’ experience or 150,000 documented kms. Drivers must also have a very clean driving abstract.
What is an LCV?
If you drive LCVs, most driving happens on scheduled runs, often overnight.
Our training teaches you how to drive one of three kinds of LCVs:
1. Turnpike Doubles: two long trailers, only allowed on four-lane divided highways
2. Triples: three short trailers coupled together, only allowed on four-lane divided highways
3. Rocky Mountain Doubles: a long trailer with a short trailer, allowed on specified two-lane highways
How LCV Training Happens
Training happens over one seven-hour day.
Includes four hours in-class, and three hours of driver training and evaluation.
Edmonton - (780) 463-9664 | Red Deer - (403) 347-0544
Most classes are scheduled 2-3 weeks in advance, so call today!