Multi-Combination - MC

MC Truck

MC - Multi Combination

  • B-doubles.
  • Prime mover, low loader dolly and low loader trailer combinations.
  • Road trains.

Tenure Requirements

  • Have held a HR or HC licence for at least one year. Any time you've spent on a P2 HR licence counts, but you can't practice to drive an MC vehicle, or upgrade to an MC licence until you hold a full class HR or HC licence.

RMS Requirements

Prior to attending a Multi-Combination Competency Based Assessment Course, applicants must attend an RMS/Service NSW office to:

  • Provide a current photo licence or Proof of Identity which meet RMS requirements
  • Complete a Licence Application Form for the National Heavy Vehicle Driver Licensing Scheme
  • Provide a completed medical report (supplied by the RMS).
  • Pass a combination knowledge test (visit the web on for a practice test) The cost of the knowledge test is $49
  • You can also view the Heavy Vehicle Driver’s Handbook and Road User’s Handbook on, or these may be purchased through the RMS at a cost of $13 each.
  • Pass an eyesight test
  • Confirm licence tenure
  • Purchase Competency Based Assessment Log Books: $29

Previous Experience

There are no prerequisites with regard to driving experience, however the 1 day course is not recommended for people with little or no experience with a semi trailer. The standards expected to obtain your MC qualification are quite rigid. Attending this course does not guarantee a licence. Full compliance to the RMS standards must be achieved.

Course Structure

The one day course is run as a 1:1 instructor to student ratio. There is classroom training, pre start checks, 70 metre long reverse, coupling and uncoupling of rear trailer, load restraints as well as on road training and assessment.



- HC, MC Class Licence


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