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Adding to my car license but what to get?

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37 minutes ago, Stubby said:

On my licence it says  AM , A1 ,A2 ,A ,B1 ,C1, C, D1, D, BE, C1E, CE, D1E ,DE, and f/k/i/n/p/q   Whatever that means !

Does your C1E have a 107 & the D1 & D1E a 101?

 

Re the rest you can look them up here to save me typing.

 


Driving licence categories - entitlements on your licence and what vehicles you can drive - cars, motorcycles, mopeds...

 

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Mines C1E, 107 andD1E 101,109

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7 hours ago, htb said:

Mines C1E, 107 andD1E 101,109

C1E 107, drive a vehicle up to 7500kg with a trailer over 750kg as longs as the combined plates total 8250kg or less.

D1E 101 Drive a vehicle with between 9 & 16 passengers seats But not for hire or reward.

Code 109 is an odd one. I can only find it relating to NI licences. 

Code Reference Details of Restriction
109 Must undergo the driving test within 2 months of issue

Did you mean 119 as thats what people normally have? Weight limit does not apply.

 

More recent D1 & D1E are limited to the same weights as C1 & C1E.

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