What does CE mean on driving Licence?
Licences issued between January 1997 and 14 October 2012
|Vehicles you can drive||Category before 2013||Category from 2013|
|Vehicles over 3,500kg with trailers up to 750kg||C||C|
|Vehicles over 3,500kg with trailer over 750kg||CE||CE|
|Vehicles with up to 16 passenger seats plus driver, with trailer up to 750kg||D1||D1|
What does 4b mean on driving Licence?
driving licence expires
4b shows the date the driving licence expires. The authority that issued the licence is shown in 4c.
What does P mean on driving licence?
You can display green ‘probationary’ P plates to show that you’ve just passed your driving test. You do not have to display them. You can leave them on your vehicle for as long as you like.
What can I ride with Category A 79 3?
‘Combined’, restriction, and other codes
|79 (2)||Restricted to category AM vehicles of the 3-wheel or light quadricycle type|
|79 (3)||Restricted to tricycles|
|96||Can drive a vehicle and trailer where the trailer weighs at least 750kg, and the combined weight of the vehicle and trailer is between 3,500kg and 4,250kg.|
What can I drive if I passed my test before 1997?
If you passed your test before 1 January 1997:
- You’re allowed to drive a vehicle and trailer combination of up to 8,250kg maximum authorised mass (MAM).
- You can also drive a minibus with a trailer over 750kg.
Can you go straight to C E?
Provided you have a CPC qualification, you can drive Class C + E vehicles if you are aged between 18-20. Otherwise, 21 is the minimum age.
What does a red R mean on a car?
R plate restrictions apply to a person who passes a test to drive a vehicle in a particular class of vehicle, primarily motorcycles and cars, i.e. category A and B. These newly qualified drivers must: display red R plates at the front and back of the vehicle.
Can you put L plates in the window?
Where to place L plates on a car. L plates must be placed on the front and rear of a car. Avoid fixing them to the windscreen or back window, as they can restrict your view.
What does code 79 3 mean on a driving licence?
restricted to tricycles
79 (3) – restricted to tricycles. 96 – allowed to drive a vehicle and trailer where the trailer weighs at least 750kg, and the combined weight of the vehicle and trailer is between 3,500kg and 4,250kg.
What is Code 79 3 on my driving licence?
However, if you have 79(3) numbering next to it, you will be restricted to tricycles only. Depending on when you passed your test, you will need to complete compulsory basic training to ride an AM-class moped and, for anything more powerful, in many cases a practical test.
What weight can I tow if I passed my test after 1997?
If you passed your car driving test from 1 January 1997, you’re now allowed to tow trailers up to 3,500kg MAM .
How do I know if I have D1 on my driving licence?
D1 is a category on your driving licence that permits you to legally drive vehicles of between 9 & 16 seats. If you passed your test before 1st January 1997, you’ll automatically have category D1 on your licence. However, if you passed your test after this date, you will need to apply to have D1 added to your licence.
Do you need cat C before C E?
There’s no need to apply for a provisional Category C+E licence, as provisional entitlement for this higher category will automatically have been added to your Category C licence at the time of issue.
What does 78 mean on driving licence?
restricted to vehicles with automatic transmission
78 – restricted to vehicles with automatic transmission. 79 – restricted to vehicles in conformity with the specifications stated in brackets on your licence.