Becoming a HGV driver is not a common career choice. However, those who do enter this field realise how rewarding it can be. The life of an HGV driver is much different from that of a nine-to-fiver. It has its share of challenges as well as advantages. Here are 6 major reasons why a career as an HGV driver might be the right choice for you.
The European Union has hinted that post-Brexit; the UK driving licenses might not be recognised in Europe. For British people, this would mean not being able to take out insurance or hire a car when in Europe. This suggestion will probably result in an outrage amongst the millions of British drivers who travel abroad every year.
It can be quite daunting to be in a situation where you have to tow a caravan for the first time in life. However, with proper guidance, you should be able to do it easily.
Tiredness and fatigue are known to be one of the major reasons for a dominant number of road accidents, every year. It is hard to determine the exact number of collisions which are a result of the driver being tired or sleepy. However, a research estimates that up to a quarter of serious road accidents including those resulting in loss of life, are caused by drowsiness.