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HGV / LGV Medical

The medical requirements for an HGV/LGV licence is identical to that for PCV.

The interval between having your medical examination and applying for your licence (or licence renewal) must not exceed 4 months.

The DVLA must be made aware of any changes to the health of an HGV / LGV licence holder at any time. This may result in a requirement for a further medical examination being carried out depending upon individual circumstances.

Provisional Licence Application You need to have a medical examination before you can apply for your provisional licence. Kent D4 Medical can perform the Medical Examination required for completion of the D4 Medical Form. DVLA D4 form must be completed and a medical examination must be passed when first applying for your HGV Licence at 18

Licence Renewals DVLA require existing lorry drivers to have a medical at the age of 45 and then every five years until the age of 65. After 65, the medical has to be done every year. DVLA will usually send out a reminder letter, together with the D4 Medical Form, a few weeks before your medical is due. You can usually work out when your next renewal/medical is due from the expiry date on the back of your licence, and if you think your renewal is nearly expired and you havenít heard from DVLA you should contact them.

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