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What is a Class 2 driving license?

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A Class 2 driving license is a common type of heavy driving license that allows people to legally operate a heavy vehicle, such as a tractor trailer. A Class 2 driving license could also be considered a type of commercial driving license, depending on the country in which it is issued.

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What is a Class 2 driving license?
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For certain vehicles, drivers must also have an endorsement along with the relevant class of heavy driving license to be allowed to drive. To get a Class 2 license, the person must first get a Class 2 learner license, but only after having a Class 1 license for at least six months, then pass a practical test. In the United Kingdom, heavy vehicle licenses are denominated by the letters B, C and D, while in Class 2 licenses are a type of commercial license, with different prerequisites than New Zealand.

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