Our professional Fleet of highly maintained vehicles
I can't see the point of learning to drive an LGV in a vehicle that bears little resemblance to what is actually being driven in the real world!
All my training vehicles have box bodies and carry a ballast load to ensure that trainees have a good awareness of modern vehicle configurations. We feel that training in "minimum specification vehicles" doesn't fully equip newly qualified drivers with the knowledge, confidence and ability to safely handle many goods vehicles in use on today's busy roads. With the combination of Scania vehicles chosen because of their proven strength in industry and a National Register of LGV Instructors Qualified LGV instructor, what better environment can a trainee have in which to learn their new skills?