Apparently my FMT600 isn't worth the paper it's written on, why? Because when it was renewed the fully qualified DDI signed off the vehicle types as "carried over from last FMT600" instead of copying out the name of the person who signed it off and the date. So now I can't even drive a Land Rover even though I've been driving them for 20 years, in fact when I started driving in the Army there was no such thing as vehicle familirisation so how can I give the name and date of the none existent familirisation! I am certainly not the only person in my unit that is affected, there are many more, all the mature and sensible drivers, certainly NOT the people that these draconian, time wasting, health and safety gone mad rules where bought in to protect. Who is the complete and utter moron that though this was a good idea? Is there any legal precedence for any of these barking rules? Its amazing what happens when you give a Trog a bit of power, he/she can cripple the whole feckin Army. I hope this opens up further debate on the whole crackpot regime that is vehicle familirisation! Edited to remove annoying email notification on what is becoming a hot topic!