Quick Answer: What Does Code 107 Mean On Driving Licence?

What does B mean on driving Licence?

Category B – if you passed your test on or after 1 January 1997.

You can drive vehicles up to 3,500kg MAM with up to 8 passenger seats (with a trailer up to 750kg).

You can also tow heavier trailers if the total MAM of the vehicle and trailer is not more than 3,500kg..

What does 9 mean on driving Licence?

Holder’s addressIssuing authority roundel (8): This shows the stamp of the EC authority that issued the driving licence. Holder’s address (9): This shows the licence holder’s permanent address in Great Britain. Holder’s photograph (10): This is digitally reproduced from the photograph provided by the licence applicant.

What size motorhome can I drive on a car Licence UK?

To drive a motorhome with a MAM of between 3.5 and 7.5 tonnes, you need a category C1 licence. To drive a motorhome with a MAM of over 7.5 tonnes, you need a category C licence. Check which vehicles you can drive and the licence and age requirements for towing.

What is code 95 on a driving Licence?

If you have a code 95 entitlement on your licence, you can get a GB Driver CPC card by exchanging your licence for a GB licence. Your Driver CPC qualification will still last until the date it was due to run out when you first got it.

What is Code 118 on my driving Licence?

Aswell as category codes, you may have restriction codes showing on your driving licence….Unsure what restriction codes are on a licence?Code114With any special controls required for safe driving115Organ donor118Start date is for earliest entitlement119Weight limit does not apply30 more rows

What does 107 mean on driving Licence?

106 – restricted to vehicles with automatic transmissions. 107 – not more than 8,250 kilograms. 108 – subject to minimum age requirements. 110 – limited to transporting persons with restricted mobility. 111 – limited to 16 passenger seats.

What do the codes mean on a driving Licence?

Driving licence codes are slightly different. They display what conditions you must meet to drive your car. For example, your driving licence will display a certain code if you need glasses or contact lenses to drive. Other codes include whether you’re an organ donor or if your car needs certain modifications.

What does code 101 mean on driving Licence?

licence holder cannot undertake hire and reward workThe restriction is shown as code (101) and means that the licence holder cannot undertake hire and reward work. This also applies to drivers who gained a restricted vocational licence for category D issued after 1991. … They CANNOT complete the 35 hours periodic training without having completed the Initial Driver CPC.

What is entitle you to drive?

Category B+E If you passed your test before January 1, 1997, you’ll be able to drive a vehicle with a trailer over the usual combined limit of 3,500kg- up to 8,250kg.

What does provisionally drive mean?

The provisional driving licence gives you permission to drive on the UK roads (excluding motorways), whilst under the supervision of your driving instructor or another driver over the age of 21 who has held a full driving licence for a minimum of three years.

How do I get more driving Licence categories?

Get a ‘provisional entitlement’ and then take a test to get higher categories added to your licence. You may also be automatically entitled to lower categories if you pass a higher category driving test. Check online to see which vehicles you can drive at the moment.

How do I remove d1 101 Restrictions?

Course Info If you want the 101 restriction removed so that you can earn money driving a minibus then you will have to take a Category D1 driving test. Hire or reward encompasses any payment in cash or kind (or on behalf of) passengers which gives them a right to be carried.