15.02.2015

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The driving licence system in South African went through an overhaul in 1998 from the old system to the new system. When the new system was implemented, everyone who had an old licence of the form Code 8, Code 12 etc. A Heavy motor vehicle is considered any vehicle with a GVM over 3,500kg (3.5 tons), and a light motor vehicle anything below. A code EC1 licence holds the same rights as a C1 licence, but with the inclusion of trailers with a GVM in excess of 750 kg. In 2010 reports were issued that drivers who obtained a Heavy Duty Vehicle Licence after January 2011 would not be permitted to drive light motor vehicles. It is possible to hold a licence which is valid for both an LMV or HMV as well as a motorcycle. Whatever vehicle you do your licence in will be the vehicle that you are given a licence for. Whenever you renew your driver’s licence you will be required to do an eye test, this test will dictate whether you are required to drive a vehicle with or without glasses.
Comment Note: Over the next few months I will have minimal access to the blog, as such comments are being locked until further notice. This entry was posted in info and tagged HMV, Learner's Licence, LMV, PDP, PrDP, South African Driving Licence by Gareth. I got a code 10 learners drive but now I want to do drivers license for code 14 , can I use this code 10 learners ? What is the requirements for people over 80 years,when they want to renew their drivers license.
What book can I use and from where can I obtain a learner’s licence book for a code 14 licence. The normal books you find at CNA and elsewehere will cover 95% of the contents of the test.


I have a code 3 leaners licence, would a C1 drivers licence be sufficient as adviced by my local licencing dept to tow a caravan with gvm of 1300kg? Both a B and C1 licence have a max trailer GVM of 750kg, regardless of the size of the vehicle you’re driving.
I wouldn’t think you can, as you need a valid licence to convert to a South African licence.
Road Traffic Act laws take effect from the date of being awarded your licence, regardless of when you started applying or booked your licence.
While there have been tweaks to the system over the years, for the majority it’s stayed the same. There was talk 2 years ago about combining learners licences so as not to require people who already have a licence to rewrite their learner’s licence, but this was never passed. A code C1 (former code 10) which is for vehicles with a GVM between 3.5 and 16 tons and a code C which is for vehicles with a GVM over 16 tons.
Likewise an EC licence permits the driver to drive vehicles covered by a C licence with a trailer of GVM in excess of 750kg.
While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, if uncertain, please contact your local Traffic Department for assistance. Before March 98 you would have been issued a code 8 licence which would have been upgraded to a code EB. Here’s a quick summary of the current system, with equivalent codes from the old system. Before you can get either one of these licences, you must first write a learner’s licence exam. An A1 licence you may hold from the age of 17, and is limited to motorcycles with an engine capacity of 125cc or less. The holder of an EC licence, in addition to vehicles covered by a C licence, may also drive EC1 vehicles.


Additional three point turn and parallel parking for LMV and additional straight reverse for HMVs).
I heard (under correction) that the law changed in March 1998, 2 months before I got my licence, from automatically getting an EB to just a B licence.
To this day people still often refer to having a code 12 licence, although the system is not used in practice.
Once you have a learner’s licence for a vehicle, you are free to drive that vehicle as long as there is a driver licenced for that vehicle in the passenger seat with you. It allows you to drive any Light Motor Vehicle and tow a trailer with a GVM less than 750kg.
You can decided which licence to apply for, but to get your EB you have to do the test with a large trailer attached, so it’s not as simple as making that decision when applying. There are three different learner’s licences available, each one applying to a different vehicle class. An EB licence is for the same class of vehicles, but allows you to tow trailers in excess of GVM 750kg. For each of these you must follow practices specified by the K53 defensive driving system, which has many critics. Most people who did their driver’s licence before 1998 were automatically upgraded to an EB licence, whereas most new drivers have only a B licence.
It is advised that anyone attempting to pass a driving test in South Africa first go for driving lessons with an accredited driving school.
This limits one from towing certain caravans and boats which can have GVMs higher than 750kg.



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