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Multi-combination vehicle licence (class MC)

To be eligible to apply for a multi-combination (class MC) licence, you must have held your heavy rigid (class HR) or heavy combination (class HC) licence for at least 1 year.

The department does not conduct practical driving tests for a class MC licence.

How do I upgrade my licence to a class MC?

To upgrade to a class MC licence, you must:

  • have held a class HR or HC licence for a minimum period of 1 year
  • complete the driver licence application/renewal form (F3000)
  • show your evidence of identity documents
  • pass an eyesight test, if required
  • declare that you are medically fit to drive the class of vehicle (note: if you have a medical condition that is likely to adversely affect your ability to drive or ride safely, you will be required to provide a medical certificate from your doctor stating that you are medically fit to drive or ride safely).

If you currently hold a class HR licence, you must complete competency unit Drive Multi-combination Vehicle (TLIC4006) through 1 of the approved multi-combination training providers and present the statement of attainment to Transport and Main Roads.

If you currently hold a class HC licence, and you are applying for a class MC licence, you must either:

  • complete competency unit Driver Multi-combination Vehicle (TLIC4006) through any of the approved multi-combination training providers and present the statement of attainment to Transport and Main Roads
    or 
  • complete the multi-combination driving experience declaration form (F3272) and provide evidence confirming your ability to drive a class MC vehicle and present these documents to Transport and Main Roads.

Note: If a competency unit number is listed with a letter on the end it is still acceptable.

Last updated
03 June 2015