Cheap HGV Medicals
Cheap Medicals for HGV and LGV Driver’s in Cardiff, South Wales:
In general a HGV medical clinic for LGV C and LGV C1 drivers take place on average every other Saturday (excluding bank holidays) at our main training centre in Llanishen, Cardiff, CF14 5GH.
When attending your HGV medical or LGV medical appointment you should bring your driving licence, a DVLA form D4 medical report, any medication that you may be taking, your normal GP’s name and contact details, and (if required when driving) a recent glasses prescription from your optician.
If you do not have a D4 medical form do not worry as Big Wheelers (South Wales) Limited will be able to provide you with an up to-date DVLA form D4 medical report (for you to give to the doctor to complete) and also a DVLA form D2 (for you to apply for a new provisional LGV C or LGV C1 licence entitlement).
How to book a HGV or LGV medical appointment:
You will be asked to provide your name, type of medical required, contact telephone number and email address.
In return you will be given the date and time of your HGV or LGV medical appointment, it’s that simple!
Future HGV & LGV Medical Appointments:
T.K. Locum Limited and Big Wheelers (South Wales) Limited welcome experienced HGV drivers who require a HGV medical to renew their current HGV licence and we also welcome new LGV drivers who are applying for their first LGV C provisional licence entitlement.
The HGV medical fee of £50.00 is NOT required to be paid in advance. Simply pay on the day.
Cheap HGV medicals for all drivers are available at our LGV training centre in Cardiff on the following dates:
- Sat 04 Apr 20 Cancelled (COVID-19)
- Sat 18 Apr 20 Cancelled (COVID-19)
- Sat 02 May 20 Cancelled (COVID-19)
- Sat 16 May 20 Cancelled (COVID-19)
- Sat 30 May 20 Cancelled (COVID-19)
- Sat 13 Jun 20 Under Review (COVID-19)
- Sat 27 Jun 20 Under Review (COVID-19)
Please be aware that if you need to wear glasses or contact lenses for driving you must see your optician beforehand and ask for a “Prescription” and produce the prescription to the doctor – This requirement was introduced in April 2013.
Circumstances beyond our control: In the unlikely event of any medical clinic being postponed or cancelled we will endeavour to keep you informed via telephone or email at least 24 hours beforehand.
Should you have any questions regarding your HGV Medical, LGV Medical, DVLA Form D4 or DVLA Form D2 please call our office and we will be very happy to assist.
How to apply for a provisional LGV C or LGV C1 licence entitlement:
You will need to send the DVLA forms D2 and D4 and also your current driving licence to the DVLA in Swansea. There is no application fee.
It will take approximately 3 weeks for the DVLA to process your HGV or LGV licence application. This may take longer if your health or personal details need to be checked.