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Justme

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About Justme

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  • Birthday December 25

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  • Location:
    Pwllheli, North Wales
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  • Occupation
    Firewood, Processing, Trailer training. C1 training
  • City
    Pwllheli

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  1. Yes they can if you can justify a business need. I don't know any trainers that do both the CE and the funding.
  2. Registered. I don't do the verifications.
  3. As a a Welsh business you get 75% towards the training but not test fees. We are based in Caernarfon.
  4. Only as far as C1E. Plus to get the funding you need to be an arb / forestry business based in wales.
  5. Yes the D1 got the 101 not for hire or reward. The C1E got the not over 8250kg.
  6. Even less if you are in wales due to funding.
  7. Owch. I can do you C1 for less than £1k all in.
  8. If you have any questions quote me so it sends me an email.
  9. Your BE towing entitlement does not carry over to the C1 or C so you would be limited to 750kg trailers until you pass C1E or CE.
  10. You would need CPC but not tacho if under 100km radius from base. Initial CPC will cost you £180 for the two course & tests with us. So not a deal beaker.
  11. Correct for personal use he does not need CPC. But he needs to do more than just the driving test. Medical Apply for provisional pass theory test pass hazard test (unlike car they are done individually) Then pass practical test. Yes personal use tacho exempt but not need for forms till MOT time. They decide road side if you use is exempt or not forms be dammed.
  12. Er no you need a C1 to drive that motorhome.
  13. As if by magic he appears lol
  14. Are you based in Wales? Do you need your BE licence? How does £227.50 sound? Price includes training vehicle & trailer and the test fee. We can also offer funded courses for C1 7500kg & C1E 12000kg.
  15. Well both of you are right. sort of ish lol 4250kg if the trailer is 750kg or 3500kg if the trailer is over 750kg & you have a B licence in both cases.

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