Frequently Asked Questions About Driving a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer

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Minibus Manufacturer Manufactureres are large, passenger carrying vehicles. Because of this extra responsibility the driving regulations regarding licensing, servicing and Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer insurance are a lot stricter than a normal car.

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This article is a guide to the frequently asked questions about driving a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer.


What is a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer?


The classification for a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer is a vehicle that has between 9 to 16 passenger seats. With more than16 passenger seats the vehicle is classed as a coach.


What is a Section 19 Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer Permit?


If a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer is being driven for hire or reward then a Passenger Carrying Vehicle (PCV) licence is required. Certain organisations such as volunteer groups, whose activities are beneficial to a community, can apply for a Section 19 Permit. This allows a small charge to be made to cover the vehicles operating costs without the need of a PCV licence.


A driver of a Section 19 permit Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer can either be a volunteer or be paid. If the Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer is being used as a non-profit bus service a Section 22 permit can be applied for. However with this permit the driver must be a unpaid volunteer.


Minibus Manufacturer Manufactureres used by schools and educational establishment that do not charge their pupils do not normally require a Section 19 permit.


Section 19 permits are only valid within the UK.


Do Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer passengers have to wear seatbelts?


Seatbelts requirements for Minibus Manufacturer Manufactureres vary according to the age of the vehicle, passenger carrying capacity, type of passengers (i.e children or wheelchair users) and type of seat fitted. A general rule is that if a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer is fitted with seatbelts then they must be worn.


It is compulsory for a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer driver to wear a seatbelt.


What are the Driving Licence requirements for a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer?


Driving licences issued after the 1st January 1997 require a category D1 classification, which can be obtained by applying to the DVLA and passing a Passenger Carrying Vehicle (PCV) test.


There are exemptions to this regulation that will allow a Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer to be driven with a full category B (car) licence, but the following conditions need to be met:

1. The Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer is used for a social purpose but not for hire and reward.


2. You must be over 21 and have held your Category B license for more than 2 years. If you are over 70 then you are required to meet the health standards for driving a D1 vehicle.


3. No payment can be accepted for driving the Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer.


4. The Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer cannot weigh more than 3.5 tonnes or 4.25 tonnes with special equipment for carrying disabled passengers.


5. Towing a trailer of any size is prohibited.


6. The Minibus Manufacturer Manufacturer can only be driven in the UK. Driving in Europe will require a D1 licence.


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