Machinery Wheels, Tracks & Rollers

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  • 1/2 Day
  • 10 attendees
  • $392.00pp (ex GST)

Overview

If you drive a special-type vehicle on the road that isn't a forklift, you must have a W, T or R endorsement on your driver licence.

This course includes theory and practical components and includes:

  • W endorsement - vehicles that run on wheels that aren’t forklifts such as passenger vehicles, tractors, fire engines, trade vehicles or vehicle recovery service vehicles
  • T endorsement - vehicles that run on self-laying tracks
  • R endorsement - vehicles that run on rollers
The size weight and speed of the vehicle will be relevant to the class of licence you hold.

Prerequisites

Hold a minimum of a full Class 1 licence

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Course Content
  • Describe a special-type wheeled vehicle and the legal requirements relating to driving the vehicle on a road
  • Demonstrate procedures for driving a special-type wheeled vehicle safely and legally on a road
  • Describe driving procedures and general considerations for driving a special-type wheeled vehicle safely on a road
NZQA Unit Standards Included

16701: Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement W (wheels)

16702: Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement R (rollers)

16703: Demonstrate knowledge and skills for driving on a road for endorsement T (tracks)