FIGV test costs £24 DESPITE objections from the Road Haulage
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Association and the Freight Transport Association, fees for the heavy goods vehicle driving test will go up from £8 to E24 on August 1.
The Heavy Goods Vehicle (Drivers' Licence) (Amendment) :No. 2) Regulations 1976 SI 1075 come into effect on that date. They are available from HMSO or through any book;eller price Sp.
The Minister for Transport, Dr John Gilbert, has expressed sis regret that there is a need to increase the fee and the size of the increase which is largely due to the pay award, last year, to the driving examiners and to accumulated Jeficits incurred by the Department.
Dr Gilbert assesses the increased cost to operators as 0.02 er cent of total costs.
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