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Heavy Combination Truck Licence Courses in Melbourne

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Licence – Multi Combination

Multi Combination (MC) Truck Licence Course in Victoria

Our MC Licence training program is designed to enhance your theoretical knowledge and practical driving skills in operating multiple trailer trucks. Choose TDT Training Australia to help you obtain an MC truck licence and start driving around Melbourne or regional areas in Victoria. Alternatively, you can browse our available courses and sign up for a class that suits your goals and schedules.

Multi Combination Vehicle:

A Multi Combination vehicle is a Heavy Combination vehicle with more than one trailer.


This course is designed to train drivers to a competent standard in both theory and practical, which will enalbe them to pass the relevant VicRoads testing criteria for theory, skills and practical driving in the category of Multi Combination.

Entry Requirements:

Drivers participating in this course must have held a HR licence for a minimum of 12 months, and have a current HC licence.


One Day Course*


Student Instructor Ratio 1:1

Special Conditions:

  • Applicants with an Overseas Licence must have written approval from VicRoads stating licence category eligible.
  • Applicants on Prescribed Medication or with a Medical Condition may require a medical clearance from VicRoads prior to commencement.
  • Clearance from VicRoads may be required before any Training or Assessment may commence.

* VicRoads criteria will not allow training on international licences (except NZ). Course Prices/times do NOT Guarantee a Licence.

Course Content:

Theory and Practical


  • Road Law General
  • B-Double Information
  • Defensive Driving
  • Loading MC vehicles
  • VicRoads Theory Test
  • Road Train Information
  • Driving Tips


  • Pre-Operational Checks
  • 90-Degree Turns
  • Tracking/Cornering/Braking
  • Reversing
  • Observation
  • Braking Distance
  • Intersections/Roundabouts
  • Turns
  • Following Distance
  • Lane Management
  • Uncoupling – coupling
  • Fuel efficiency
  • System of Vehicle Control
  • Correct use of Accessories
  • Maintaining Safe Speed/Safe Gap
  • Highway Driving
  • Gear Selection
  • Economy Driving
  • Forward, Offset Manoeuvres
  • Cabin Inspection
  • Load Restraint


  • Theory Test
  • Drive Assessment
  • Skills Assessment (Reverse & Coupling, Cabin Inspection, Vehicle Inspection & Load Restraint)
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Course duration/costs do not guarantee students will sit the on road licence test. To be eligible to test, students MUST first meet VicRoads criteria. If criteria are NOT met students will not be able to undergo the on road test and will  continue to train for the duration of the course. Additional costs will apply if students book subsequent training and/or testing.