MR Truck Licence

MR Truck Licence

MR - Medium Rigid

  • Drive a truck, van or bus (including a prime mover or a mobile crane) over 8t GVM with a maximum of 2 axles (1 at rear).
  • You may also tow a trailer with a maximum weight of 9t GVM.


  • Hold your car licence (min. Red Plates) for a period of 12 months before upgrading to LR/MR licence.
  • Complete the Heavy Vehicle theory test with Qld Transport, which can be done on the day of your practical driving test.

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What to bring on the day

  • Queensland Driver's Licence
  • Closed in footwear

Discounts for multiple bookings and group bookings, please contact us for a quote.

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NamePhoneEmailChoose your course (LR) Light Rigid (MR) Medium Rigid (HRA) Heavy Rigid Open – Condition A (HRB) Heavy Rigid Open – Condition B (HR) Heavy Rigid Unrestricted (HC) Heavy Combination (MC) Multi Combination Your current Driver's Licence Car (auto) Car (manual) LR MR HRA HRB HR HC MC How long have you had your licence?Driver's Licence numberDo you hold a Qld Driver's Licence?Yes NoYour preferred test centre location Cairns Mareeba Atherton Innisfail Other Do you prefer a weekend course?Yes NoYour preferred start date Start ASAP Start in 1 week Start in 2 weeks Start in 3 weeks Start next month Comments

Courses, Lessons & TestsPrices
Licence in a Day Course, includes:
– 4hrs driver training in test area prior to driving test
– 1hr practical driving test with Qld Transport
– Qld booking fee
$785 ($200 deposit required on booking)
Innisfail or Tablelands
Licence in a Day Course (Condition B) includes:
– 3hrs driver training prior to driving test
– 1hr practical driving test with Qld Transport
– Qld booking fee
- Tranfer of vehicle & trainer to/from location
$870 ($200 deposit required on booking)
Lessons (7 days a week 6:00am–5:00pm)1hr (minimum) – $130
Lessons (7 days a week 6:00am–5:00pm)2hrs – $260
Test/Re-test, includes:
– 1hr driving in test area prior to driving test
– 1hr practical driving test with Qld Transport
– Qld booking fee
Find out moredollarIndustry Funding is availableThere are multiple funding options available to you for various courses through State & Federal Funding including UserChoice, Certificate 3 Guarantee, SQW, CSQ & BERT. We can give you advice and guidance on which funding options fit best with your skills and goals!
If you’ve held a (C) class driving licence for at least 12 months, you could kickstart a career in the transport industry with a medium rigid licence from Major Training.
With multiple locations throughout South East Queensland and flexible delivery options, Major Training is a genuine training partner and can provide skills and knowledge that will lead to job opportunities and career growth.
Earning your MR licence with Major Training will allow you to safely drive a 2-axle GVM of more than 8 tonnes. Meeting the necessary MR licence requirements means you’ll be able to legally drive and control a variety of vehicles used in the transport industry – increasing your skills and employability.
The vehicle you’ll be able to drive (note the number of axles):

Major Training Group recognises the need for flexibility and offers a range of easy-to-access options that will get you behind the wheel. We offer our training courses across Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.
Choose an option that suits you:
Lessons By the Hour
Three-Day Course
One-Day Course
MR truck lessons and test
Heavy vehicle learner guide
Department of Transport and Main Roads booking fee – paid on or before first lesson
Practical test with Department of Transport and Main Roads – three hours in total including warm-up, test and licence application using our truck with an assessor
All lessons and tests booked on your behalf by Major Training.
Before beginning your medium rigid licence training with us, you must have completed a written heavy vehicle knowledge test taken at a Department of Transport and Main Roads service centre (click here for locations)
There are ten questions in the test, and you need eight out of ten correct answers to gain your heavy vehicle learner’s licence
Download your Keys to Driving in Queensland here
You can practice for your test with the Department of Transport and Main Roads practice road rules test.

To apply for a higher licence class, you must have held your current licence for a set period. This period must have occurred in the last 5 years (excluding any time that your licence was suspended, surrendered, cancelled or expired).
Hold an open or provisional class C or LR licence for 12 months
Pay test booking fee to Department of Transport and Main Roads
Pass heavy vehicle knowledge test.
MR Fast track course (1 day) – $785
MR Full course (3 days) – $975
An MR licence qualifies you to legally and safely drive a class LR vehicle and bus or truck over 8t GVM with a maximum of two axles. Holding an MR licence opens doors to a diverse range of job opportunities in the transport and logistics industry.
Students have access to a range of support options, including:
Additional practical training sessions
Extended learning time
Access to our experienced staff for one-on-one training
Speak to one of our team members to find out how we can support you. Additional costs may apply.

What is an MR licence?An MR licence authorises you to drive medium rigid vehicles. You must have held a C class licence for at least 12 months to qualify for an MR licence.

What can I drive with an MR licence?You’ll be permitted to drive any vehicle with 2 axles and a gross vehicle mass (GVM) exceeding 8 tonnes. With an MR licence, you’ll also be permitted to tow a trailer with a maximum GVM of 9 tonnes.

What is the difference between an HR and MR licence?The main difference between an HR and MR licence is the type of vehicle covered under each licence class. HR vehicles are classified as having more than 2 axles and a total GVM over 9 tonnes, whereas MR vehicles are classified as having a maximum of 2 axles and a total GVM over 8 tonnes (and any trailer being towed by an MR vehicle must not weigh over 9 tonnes).

How do I get my MR licence?To get your MR licence you must have held an open or provisional class C or LR licence continuously for 12 months. You must also pass a written heavy vehicle knowledge test at a Department of Transport and Main Roads service centre and a practical driving test.

FAQ Sample

It’s no secret that the best companies put their customers first.

95% of consumers believe that a good customer experience is important to brand loyalty. Providing a top-notch customer experience can be expensive, time-consuming, and complicated to put into practice. 

Sure there are chatbots, support lines, and customer reviews to help shoppers on their path to purchase, but there’s one forgotten customer service tactic that is cost-effective and streamlined. That tactic is an FAQ page. 

What is an FAQ page?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages contain a list of commonly asked questions and answers on a website about topics such as hours, shipping and handling, product information, and return policies.

FAQ pages went out of style for a bit because companies viewed them as outdated and unattractive forms of communication. Now they are on most websites because they save time for both the customer and employees. It’s easy to get carried away with the design and content on the FAQ page. In this guide, you’ll learn all there is to know about crafting an effective FAQ page. Plus, get inspired with 30 best-in-class examples. 

Why you should make an FAQ page

An FAQ page is a time-saving customer service tactic that provides the most commonly asked questions and answers for current or potential customers. 

Before diving into how to make an FAQ page, you need to know why having one is so important. There are so many reasons beyond improving the customer experience for perfecting your FAQ page. Keep in mind the importance of an FAQ page when developing your own e-commerce website so you can make sure it increases sales and not the other way around.

Saves time 

This reason might be the most obvious, but it’s a clear benefit of an FAQ page. Not only does the FAQ page save customers time, but it also saves employees time as well. Having an FAQ page ensures customers don’t have to sit on the phone for hours waiting for simple answers and employees don’t have to individually answer all questions. 

Companies dedicate a large portion of their budgets to customer service teams. When these teams don’t have to focus on answering the frequently asked questions, they can serve other customer issues in a more timely manner. 

Earns trust 

Information is available at the click of a button, but as we all know, information is not always true. Because of this, customers are more skeptical than ever before. They hunt for products by sifting through reviews, looking at the product on multiple websites, and doing price checking across the internet. 

If your brand seems to understand the customer’s pain point and address it through a seamless user experience, the shopper will become a loyal customer. 

One of the most common pain points is when shoppers are wondering something about a product or service and there’s no information addressing that question. The customers think to themselves, “I can’t be the only person who’s wondering this,” yet the answer is nowhere to be found. This is a surefire way to guarantee they close the window and go to your competitor’s website. 

By creating a comprehensive FAQ page you can assure customers get the answer they need and keep shopping on your site. 

Provides new insights 

It’s difficult to get into the head of a shopper. Some buy on impulse and others buy after thorough research. By tracking the clicks on your FAQ page you can gather insights about your product or service that you didn’t know before. You can then inform your product team of these insights. From there, the product team can make changes to improve the product or experience. 

For example, if a dog collar company’s most clicked-on FAQ is, “how do I make sure my dog doesn’t slip out of the collar?” you’ll know that people are having issues or concerns about the collar staying on. The product team then might have to create a no-slip feature to ease this fear among potential customers. 

Drives internal page views 

If you want your FAQ to be extremely thorough, which it should be, you can link to resources within your FAQ for your customers to find out more information. Whether you link to a blog that goes into more detail or a product page, this content helps the shoppers get the full story before making a purchase. 

Having all of these resources also shows that you care about your customer's happiness, and it will make them stay on pages longer and explore other pages that they may have missed otherwise. 

Prevents negative reviews

When looking through negative reviews, there’s almost always one thing in common— the problem could’ve been avoided. 

For example, there’s always anger and confusion around e-commerce return policies. These issues are easily avoidable with a comprehensive section about questions relating to returns on an FAQ page. Instead of directing people to a support line, direct them to the FAQs. They’ll be happy to find an answer and avoid the phone call. 

FAQs are good for SEO 

In order to take full advantage of your FAQ page’s ability to improve website SEO, create one page with all of the questions and then link out to dedicated pages that answer each question in more depth. 

Creating this web of connections will make search engines very happy, and when shoppers are googling questions about your product they will be directed to your dedicated page. Addressing these questions on separate pages will also help your URL appear when people are looking for answers about the competitors’ products or services. 

Once you become a search result for a query about your competitor, you can convert these shoppers by directing them to your homepage or product page after they get the answer to their question. 

Learn: E-commerce SEO can be tricky to master. Learn the importance of link-building for your SEO strategy today.

Optimizes your site for voice search

One of the hottest tech trends is voice search. Siri is an old friend, Alexa is newer to the crew, and there will be many more robots introduced to us as time goes on. 

In 2019, 3.25 billion people used digital voice assistants, according to SEMrush. They project that this number will more than double by 2023. So let’s learn how to optimize your FAQ page for voice search. 

It’s important to write your frequently asked questions in a longer, more conversational manner. People who use voice search tend to speak in full sentences rather than fragments like people type in search engines. 

FAQ pages are perfectly suited for voice search because they have the requirements needed, like being in the question-answer format. FAQ pages include question keywords and a direct answer, making it really easy for search engines to pull content or display a featured snippet. 

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When is an FAQ page appropriate? 

If you’re considering making an FAQ page and don’t know if it’s completely necessary, that’s ok. An FAQ page is almost always appropriate. If you get lots of the same questions over and over again, then you definitely need to create an FAQ page. When you have a blog with a multitude of great content, an FAQ page is needed to educate customers about your product through those articles. 

The only time an FAQ page isn’t necessary is if your product or service needs to be installed and controlled by a professional. For example, there would never be an FAQ about performing surgery. Sure, there could be FAQs about what to expect after the surgery and how to take care of yourself, but patients don’t need to know how to perform the surgery. 

How to make an FAQ page

There are seven simple steps to make the perfect FAQ page for your business. The design of an FAQ page is crucial for an easy-to-use customer experience. Follow these steps and your customer success team will thank you. 

1. Determine the questions 

If your company already exists, then either in your inbox or your head of customer service’s inbox there will be a plethora of questions to get you started. Use these as a jumping-off point and make the list of questions as long as possible. No question is a dumb one, and odds are if one person thought it, then there’s a group of people out in the world thinking it, too. 

If you are creating your business from scratch, jot down the questions that your friends, family, and investors ask about your product or service. Create a focus group and ask people to test your product or service and ask them questions about their experience. 

Make sure the questions are relevant to your specific product and service and that they could make people want to buy once they find out the answer. Always frame your questions in a positive way. 

2. Categorize the questions  

Determine common themes within your list of questions, and begin grouping them based on that commonality. 

Common categories include: 

  • Shipping and returns
  • Sizing 
  • Products 
  • Payments 
  • Security 
  • Your account 
  • Promotions and discounts

Sifting through a long list of random questions will only further frustrate the consumer. Categorizing all of the questions will help guide them on their search for answers. 

3. Highlight or link the most popular questions 

They are called frequently asked questions for a reason. Make sure that all of the questions can apply to multiple people. 

For instance, “What to do if my dog steals my underwear” would not be a good FAQ. A better FAQ would be about the product details and the quality of the fabric used to decrease the number of tears. 

After you have the most popular questions nailed down, pick no more than five questions to highlight as the most popular or top questions at the beginning of your FAQ page. Emphasizing these questions will make for a better user experience because most shoppers will just need those answers. 

4. Include a search bar 

This is the most helpful aspect of an FAQ page, and you will see plenty of search bars in the examples to come. Customers go to the FAQ page with a specific question in mind. Instead of making them hunt for it, have a search bar at the top of the page to save the shoppers’ time. 

Search bars also cause related keywords to pop up in the results and can be a learning opportunity for the shopper. Without a search bar, customers can become lost and frustrated with the user experience. 

5. Align with your brand look and feel  

It’s always strange when browsing a beautifully designed e-commerce site, and then you click on the FAQ page and it looks like a design from the ’90s. 

Of course, don’t over-design your FAQ page, but add some brand elements so that the shopper feels that they are in the same decade when they click over to it. Think about designing bullet points to align with your brand, or simply use your brand fonts. Make it feel just as important as the rest of the website because it is. 

6. Update regularly

An out-of-date FAQ page can be more frustrating for shoppers than not having an FAQ at all. 

Be sure to update your FAQ page with new questions when you roll out a new product or feature.

It’s good to look over the page quarterly to assess if any changes need to be made. Sometimes a question becomes more popular and needs to be moved to the top, or other times you may switch the payment processor and have to update those terms. No matter how big or how small the change is, make sure you reflect the changes on your FAQ page. 

7. Track and improve 

We talked about how the FAQ page can provide insights above, but in order to gather those insights, you must track the traffic and clicks on the page. Follow things like the order in which they clicked the questions and how they got to your FAQ page. 

All of the actions taken on your FAQ page can help inform your product strategy so that your product team can improve the product or service based on your analysis of the page. Also looping in the software engineers is a good idea because they can alter the user experience based on the insights you gather. 

What are the most frequently asked questions?

A good FAQ is general enough to address many issues. There are questions that just about every company answers on their FAQ page, so if you’re struggling to get started use these are your starting point. If they’re relevant to your company, of course. 

How to answer your FAQs 

When crafting the answers to your FAQs, involve someone from PR. It’s unlikely you have an entire PR team on your staff, which is OK, but there are plenty of freelance PR specialists who can give input while writing these answers. It will highly benefit you to consider hiring one for a week or two. 

Some of these questions could cause you to expose shortcomings of your product or service, so it is imperative that you position these answers in a positive light while remaining truthful. 

It’s not as easy as it sounds. For example...

FAQ: How much sugar is in D’s Energy drinks? 

Don’t say: There are 55 grams of sugar per serving, and the daily recommendation for sugar intake is 45 grams.  

Say: There are 55 grams per serving. Maintaining a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle is important to D’s Energy Drinks. Our beverages are perfect for athletes and those who maintain an active lifestyle. Check with your doctor before consuming if you have dietary concerns. 

Additionally, write your questions from the customer’s perspective and your answers from the business’s perspective. 

For instance, 

Question: How do I turn on my TV? 

Answer: We provide a remote control with each of our TVs. Click the ON button and you’ll be good to go! 

Where to put your FAQ page

The placement of your FAQ page depends on the structure of your website. After putting so much work into your FAQ page, you don't want to hide it. Make sure your FAQ page is easy to find because when people are hunting for answers, they don't want to jump through hoops. 

Consider putting your FAQ page on the top navigation of your website, or place it on a pull-down menu under the "Contact Us" tab.  Don't try to be fancy and put it in an uncommon location, just stick to where others are putting it.  

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