Herefordshire Council is funding Safe Urban Driver (SUD) courses for Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) and Passenger Carrying Vehicle (PCV) drivers at employment sites in Herefordshire as well as 2WheelsAware courses for learner car drivers.
This programme aims to increase understanding by all drivers of the needs of vulnerable road users and how to share the road safely.
These courses will be FREE on a first come first serve basis. A refundable deposit of £20 is required to book you place, this will be reclaimed along with the driving test fee. Bookings can be made by either using the course selector below or calling the BikeRight! team on 0121 726 3498.
During the courses attendees will gain:
Attendees must have completed 6 driving lessons before attending the course. Newly qualified drivers can attend if they passed in the last 12 months.
As of 14th August our current courses are fully booked. We will be arranging an extra course to take place in October. If you would like to reserve a place on this course pending confirmation of date, please contact Kirsti at email@example.com
If you are an LGV or PCV driver in Herefordshire you can get free DriverCPC Safe Urban Driving courses. All courses are TfL/FORS approved and delivered by our JAUPT approved trainers. We have trained thousands of drivers on our SUD courses over the past few years from some of the UK's largest logistics and construction firms. Click here to to find out more about the course >
Learner car drivers and newly qualified drivers in Herefordshire can get their test fee paid for by Herefordshire Council by signing up and attending a FREE* half day 2WheelsAware course.
Courses last for a half day and include a practical cycling session as well as a theory module including examples of actual case studies from experienced drivers of all vehicle types.
With young and new drivers making up a significant percentage of road traffic accidents this valuable course could save lives and save you money.
Terms and conditions - 2WheelsAware
Applicants must have:
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