Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence Renewal

If you are a​ Heavy Vehicle Pilot, to renew your Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence you will need to:

  • Hold a current non-probationary Motor Drivers Licence (obtainable from Driver Vehicle Services);

  • Pass an Assessment of Fitness to Drive for Commercial Drivers examination, must not be older than 6 months prior to the date of application;

  • Pass a Western Australian heavy vehicle pilot training refresher course from a registered training provider and;

  • Complete an application form and pay a $205 administrative fee. To submit your application please email the form and all supporting documentation to pilots@mainroads.wa.gov.au
 

1. Download the Medical Assessment Instructions and Medical Assessment of Fitness to Drive for Commercial Drivers, and make an appointment with your Medical Practitioner. The Instructions will guide you and your Medical Practitioner through the process of completing the Medical Assessment of Fitness to Drive for Commercial Drivers.

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Medical Assessment Instructions ​  Medical Assessment of Fitness to Drive for Commercial Drivers​

                   

2. Having passed your Medical Assessment, you will need to complete and return a Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence Application Form.

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            Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence Application Form

 3. Complete a Refresher Heavy Vehicle Pilot Training Course with one of the following providers:

 

4. The Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence costs $205 and is valid for three years. A range of payment options are on the application form. Main Roads will send you a reminder when it’s time to renew your Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence. If you need any more information on obtaining a Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence, please read our Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence Fact Sheet and Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence Frequently Asked Questions, or call 138 486. 

Last Updated: 22 May 2019