Do I Need a Goods Vehicle Operators Licence?

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One must hold the correct operator's licence if he uses a large goods vehicle to carry goods by road in connection with international trade or business. The licences are available in three formats: restricted, standard national and standard international.
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It is another name for a driver's licence.
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I'm a better parent than a driver. What I want to know is, since everyone you asks thinks they are an excellent, or above average driver, where do all the lousy drivers come from?
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Great Britain is divided into eight traffic areas. You will need to hold a goods vehicle operator's licence for each traffic area in which you have an operating centre.
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