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01 Nov 2019, 20:59
recently been asked to cover some class two work , currently on the 7.5 tonne wagons , wondering if anyone had any experience of doing the 17 t work, pros and cons , hourly rate , work etc etc ,any advice would be appreciated thank you. the job is in the north west of England ?????????????
01 Nov 2019, 21:57
Not much difference, obviously longer so beware of the rear over-hang, especially if driving the newer 31 york capacity vehicles. Turning circle is crap on the 17t too. Just take a bit more care & a drive a little slower than the 7.5t
02 Nov 2019, 09:48
Is this at Manchester Mail Centre? My husband applied for that, he's a postie currently, but recruitment phoned him to say they were having to withdraw his application as it's only fixed term and he is on a perm contract. Annoying!
05 Nov 2019, 17:22
The ADC should take you out and familiarise you with 17t lorry and obviously if you don't know the layout of a DO always get out and look. Also if not sure speak to Rep & Management
05 Nov 2019, 18:54
You need cat C on your licence you all know that right ??
06 Nov 2019, 12:45
Skuse wrote:You need cat C on your licence you all know that right ??
Yes I was wondering when that would be asked/stated, lol.
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