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Module 1a Multiple Choice Theory and Module 1b Hazard Perception


LGV Mod 1a and Mod 1b refer to the different sections of the Initial Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) qualification required for those looking to drive Large Goods Vehicles (LGVs). Mod 1a focuses on theory and hazard perception, covering essential knowledge such as road safety, vehicle maintenance, and the Highway Code. This section assesses candidates’ understanding of driving theory and their ability to identify and respond to potential hazards on the road. On the other hand, Mod 1b concentrates on practical skills, including vehicle safety checks and manoeuvring exercises. Candidates are tested on their ability to perform tasks like coupling and uncoupling trailers, conducting safety inspections, and demonstrating control of the vehicle through various manoeuvres. Together, Mod 1a and Mod 1b ensure that aspiring LGV drivers possess both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to operate these vehicles safely and effectively on the road.

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