How often does an HGV driver have to take a medical?

How often does an HGV driver have to take a medical?

Asked on 14 July 2010 by Wendj30

Answered by Alan Ross
A LGV driver will have to take a medical when he/she first applies for the licence, and then every time they renew that licence from the age of 45. Then every year after they are 65.
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