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Parker Building Supplies - Crowborough, East Sussex, South East

We have a vacancy for a full time (IBT) HGV Driver, working out of our Crowborough branch. The branch opening hours are week days from 7am to 5.30pm and Saturdays from 8am to 12.30pm. You would be required... Hgv Driver Work careers...

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Frontline Recruitment Nottingham - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands

A great opportunity has arisen to work with an industry-leading company best in the NG6 area of Nottingham. This will be a varied role but your day to day will look like; 5. Instruct and supervise Operator/Labourers... Hgv Driver careers... £23,000 per annum Plus Over Time

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HGV Driver - Exeter  

GAP Group Ltd - Exeter

From one division, GAP Hire Solutions now has 8 divisions offering the hire of equipment throughout the UK. We’re looking to recruit the best talent the industry has to offer to help us grow even further... lorry driver games...

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AtomiDrive - Hounslow, Middlesex, South East

HGV drivers wanted, (all classes) for Heathrow and Home Counties. hgv driving stoke... From £12 to £15 per hour

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Class 1 HGV Driver  

The Logistic People Ltd - Rugby, Warwickshire, West Midlands (+4 locations)

As a Class 1 HGV driver, your main responsibility is to deliver goods from point A to point B, in a successful, safe and timely manner. We recruit drivers with a minimum of 6 months experience in the UK... hgv drivers... £10.50 - 14.00 per hour

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HGV Driver (Class 2) - Lincoln  

GAP Group Ltd - Lincolnshire (+3 locations)

From one division, GAP Hire Solutions now has 8 divisions offering the hire of equipment throughout the UK. We’re looking to recruit the best talent the industry has to offer to help us grow even further... hgv driving...

from: gap-group.careers (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Class 1 HGV Driver-TRAMPING  

The Logistic People Ltd - Coalville, Leicestershire, East Midlands (+8 locations)

As a Class 1 HGV driver, your main responsibility is to deliver goods from point A to point B, in a successful, safe and timely manner. We recruit drivers with a minimum of 6 months experience in the UK... driving hgv... £11 - 14 per hour

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HGV Driver  

Hireaperson - Liverpool, Merseyside, North West

In regard to the working week it is very rare you are asked to work a Saturday, so you can always get to the match and they are always closed on a bank holiday so it would suit someone who likes to spend... drivers hgv...

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HGV Driver - Leeds  

GAP Group Ltd - Leeds

From one division, GAP Hire Solutions now has 8 divisions offering the hire of equipment throughout the UK. We’re looking to recruit the best talent the industry has to offer to help us grow even further... hgv drivers driving...

from: gap-group.careers - 4 days ago

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The Logistic People Ltd - Widnes, Cheshire, North West (+2 locations)

We are recruiting for Class 1 HGV drivers to join our team on a full-time basis. We guarantee 5 days of work every week. Immediate starts. Ongoing and permanent work. Variety of shift patterns?we aim to... driver hgv... £500 - 800 per week

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Hgv Driver

The role of a hgv driver requires long hours on the road and is ideally suited to someone who doesn’t mind being alone and working on their own initiative. The purpose of the job is usually to deliver heavy goods to manufactures, retailers, wholesalers and other businesses nationwide or on an international basis.
Day-to-day duties include keeping detailed reports of mileage, fuel use and other costs incurred while on the job. A hgv driver must have a patient personality as they will often have to wait in heavy traffic or sit for sustained periods behind the wheel.
All drivers are required to have special type of license to drive a heavy goods vehicle. The average salary for this type of work varies from region to region but the typical range is around £18,000 per year in the UK. Some driver can make up to £20,000, depending on experience.

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Harry:

      My ideal job is HGV class1 CE driver
      based in southeast England
      working days from 6am to 10pm
      salary over £32000 per year

    • Eddy:

      My ideal job is hgv driving two days a week 10 hour days

    • Mohammed Ali:

      I m intrested but not have U.K. License I have a gulf hgv license

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  • Whats the minimum age for hgv driver? Charlie

    There is a minimum age for drivers of large trucks? if the answer is yes.. how many?

    • Liam:

      well.. 18 I guess

    • Mark:

      It is 18year old but there is restrictions on it. for no restriction it is 21 years of age

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  • What are the laws on hours that you can drive in the UK? Bobharris

    Does anyone have any information on how long your rest period should be and what happens if you need to break it to move your truck? Also, on ferries what about if you have to disembark before your rest period has finished?

    • George:

      For domestic driving your rest has to be either 30 min after 5:30 h driving or 45 min in breaks at any stage within any period of 8.30 h. Unless the 8.30h mark the end of your working day, you must also take a 30 minute break at the end of this period. They're fairly flexible timings.

    • Mark:

      I assume you mean breaks when driving you must have a min of 15mins break within the first 6hrs of your shift start. And the another 30mins b4 you 9hrs of shift start or at just b4 the 6 hr mark of starting shift you can have a 45min break then time resets and then you start from when break finishes so if you start at 6 am you must have 1st break b4 12 noon. If you take break at say 1145 take full 45mins then you don't need another break till 1830 tho nothing stopping you taking another 15mins during that time . This all depends on how much driving you have done if you have done your 4 1/2 hrs driving you must have a 45min break if for any reason you have to move during break you must restart break from 0 and take full break . As for ferry if break is not done when disembarked you must stop and take full break b4 travel commences

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  • Spanish truck license in London Tyler

    Hi, I just got to get the truck license in Spain and want to move to London. How do I find out if I’m allowed to use the same authorization in both countries?

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  • Are there any major pros in working this type of job? Jobisjob

    What is the major value or take away you get from working this job?

    • Max:

      I value good management support, good organisation skills, good communications, the correct tools for the job, a good work life balance and teamwork

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