Multi-Combination (MC) Licence Training
Auto & Non-Synchromesh

Course Overview

This VicRoads approved course is for people who want a Victorian Multi Combination Non-Synchromesh driver’s licence.

This licence will allow you to drive a prime mover, single semi-trailer exceeding 9 tonnes, or rigid vehicle plus trailer greater than 9 tonnes GVM with any gearbox – synchromesh, non-synchromesh or automatic.

One-on-one Multi-Combination (auto/non-synchro) courses take 10 hours.

At the end of the course, successful trainees will be issued with their Victorian MultiCombination licence and a statement of attainment with a nationally recognised unit of competency from the TLI training package.



Course Details

Study Units

  • Road law
  • Performing cabin checks
  • Performing pre-drive safety inspections
  • Starting/stopping sequence
  • Turning and handling
  • Reversing and manoeuvring
  • Vehicle positioning
  • Gears and their uses
  • System of vehicle control
  • City and highway driving

Course Outcomes

  • Conduct pre-operational vehicle inspections and checks
  • Correctly start, steer, position, manoeuvre, and stop the vehicle
  • Correctly manage engine power to minimise gear and engine wear
  • Reverse, maintain visibility, and accurately position the vehicle
  • Correctly park, shut down and secure the vehicle
  • Successfully identify and avoid hazards (defensive driving)
  • Safely load the vehicle and use the most appropriate load restraint method

Course Requirements

Have held a HR or HC Licence for a minimum of 12 months and hold a current HC Licence

Provide primary proof of identification prior to course commencement

Please call or email for a quote

(03) 9794 0040

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Greg (Kilsyth Sth)

I connected with Yugo to upgrade my licence to a HC and promptly booked. The facility and the teachers have been friendly and helpful.

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