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ID Cards - Fail.

#2
bwhahahaaahhahaahhaahhah :twisted:
only cost the berk £30 wish he had'nt been so keen to sign up now does'nt he twat.
its a waste of cash won't achieve anything useful the huge database can't possibly work (not with the clowns hm gov employs anyway) But is a nationwide excuse for every little hitler to demand ze papers as a way of proving your not a terrorist :(
 
#4
Yes... all those little town Hall Jobsworths, Parking Wardens and whoever in an official uniform... it will be a case of .. "Paperien bitte, Mien Herr.... bitte, Ihr Auswies.....!"
 
#5
I have a passport (with bio-metric chip)
Driving License with photo part and my HGV digicard all 3 have my DOB, address, photo etc. so they can take a running jump if I've got to get an ID card as well.
Won't have one, don't want one.
And come 2014 I will have my DCPC card which I have too carry when at work.
 
#7
Adam(KOS) said:
Chicken_George said:
And come 2014 I will have my DCPC card which I have too carry when at work.
Sorry to sound ffik but what's that?
Drivers Certificate of Professional Competence Card.
35 hours training over a 5 year cycle, 7 hours per year training that is relevent for your job.
Tacho law, Elf n safety, SAFED., etc.
If PCV/HGV drivers don't complete the training then we lose our entitlement to work as "professional drivers".
 
#8
Chicken_George said:
Adam(KOS) said:
Chicken_George said:
And come 2014 I will have my DCPC card which I have too carry when at work.
Sorry to sound ffik but what's that?
Drivers Certificate of Professional Competence Card.
35 hours training over a 5 year cycle, 7 hours per year training that is relevent for your job.
Tacho law, Elf n safety, SAFED., etc.
If PCV/HGV drivers don't complete the training then we lose our entitlement to work as "professional drivers".
Thanks. Times have changed then, I took my HGV 1 strait from a standard dvrs licence in the 80s as part of my resettlement It lasted 10 years at the time. If I want it back now I'd have to do the whole course and test again.
 

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