The law requires PCV Drivers to be in reasonably good health. In order to legally operate PCVs, every new driver has to undertake a medical.
The PCV Medical Test
The law requires drivers to be in reasonably good health in order to legally operate PCVs. Therefore, every new driver has to undertake a medical.
In order to complete your medical you will have to undergo a physical examination in which the doctor will check your vitals like, vision, hearing, ect.
The Doctor will also complete the DVLA D4 Form by asking you a series of questions regarding things like your medical history. Which you must then submit to the DVLA along with a D2 Provisional Application Form.
The entire exam usually takes around half an hour to complete.
Our Team will provide you with all the forms and paperwork required, as well as guide you through this whole process.
For more details please check the DVLA - Medical Examination For A Group 2 (Lorry Or Bus) Licence D4
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