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Unit Drivers must be registered with the Public Carriage Office, which requires that they have a full driving licence, held for at least three years. To be registered, they must also have undergone a police check, have completed a medical examination, and possess the appropriate form signed and stamped by their doctor. It is likely that Unit Drivers will have passed the Advanced Driving Test. For insurance purposes, Unit Drivers must be over 25 years of age.
Unit Drivers must be registered with the Public Carriage Office, which requires that they have a full driving licence, held for at least three years. To be registered, they must also have undergone a police check, have completed a medical examination, and possess the appropriate form signed and stamped by their doctor. It is likely that Unit Drivers will have passed the Advanced Driving Test. For insurance purposes, Unit Drivers must be over 25 years of age.

Focus Transport

Sep 21, 2009 |
Ealing Studios, Ealing Green
Disraeli Road Ealing W5 5EP
08450038256
Focus Transport specialise in providing cast and crew transport to film TV and advertising production companies. Services include Unit drivers, Airport transfers, Pick up and drop, Recce's and ... Read more

Mr Grant Burns

May 9, 2012 |
74 Salisbury Road
Bromley Kent BR2 9PU
07885 737320/0208-4666858
Chauffeur/Unit Driver with brand new 2011 Mercedes Benz e class ... Read more

Film Unit Drivers

Oct 3, 2008 |
Unit Drivers are employed during film production to drive artists, directors, producers and/or crew members, to and from the film location. Often self-employed, and owners of their own vehicles, they are usually hired by the Transport Captain, and work as part of a team of other Drivers throughout the production. ... Read more