What does Fkq mean on a driving Licence?
The letter “K” indicates that you can drive a pedestrian controlled machine such as a lawn mower. The letter “Q” means that the license holder can operate a two and three wheel pedaled vehicle with an engine of no more than 50cc size and a total high speed of 25 kph (15.5 mph).
Is a Ford Transit under 3.5 tonnes?
Vans Under 3.5 Tonnes A standard driving licence will display a category ‘B’ classification, which allows you to operate the majority of basic vans like the Ford Transit. This means that it’s total net weight should not exceed 3,500kg (3.5 tonnes).
What weight can you carry on a 3.5 ton van?
“Traditionally, a 3.5-tonne LCV would have a payload of about 2,000kg but recent figures indicate that this has fallen to 1,500kg. “Operators must take into account the kerb weight and load positioning within LCVs before loading them up to ensure the vehicle remains under the 3.5- tonne permissible weight limit.
What is the length of a Ford Transit 350 LWB?
The Ford Transit long wheelbase (LWB) is available with the high roof option only and it uses the same 3,750mm wheelbase, although the rear overhang has been extended to provide 4,217mm worth of load length.
How do I get a d1 on my Licence?
How to obtain D1 licence entitlementStep 1: Acquire provisional D1 licence (we can provide the forms)Step 2: Undertake a medical examination through your GP.Step 3: Pass the D1 theory test (we can provide the manuals for a refundable deposit)Step 4: Pass the practical driving test.
What is a category d1 Licence?
D1 class. This driving licence is for small buses. You can drive up to 16 people. If you have a trailer, it may not weight more than 750 kg. When this licence is issued for the first time, you must submit a company or occupational medical opinion or MPU appraisal and ophthalmologic opinion to verify your fitness.