With a Code 10 driver’s license in South Africa, you are authorized to operate a variety of vehicles within the designated weight range. The vehicles you can drive with a Code 10 license include:
- Light Motor Vehicles: You can drive light motor vehicles, including cars, SUVs, and minivans.
- Medium Commercial Vehicles: You are permitted to operate medium-sized commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle mass (GVM) exceeding 3,500 kilograms but not exceeding 16,000 kilograms. This category includes trucks, minibusses, and certain types of delivery vehicles.
- Passenger Transportation: With a Code 10 license, you can legally transport passengers using vehicles within the weight range mentioned above. This includes operating minibusses for passenger transportation.
It’s important to note that while a Code 10 license allows you to drive a range of vehicles, the specific weight limits and other restrictions should be adhered to as outlined by the licensing authorities. Additionally, certain vehicles may require additional endorsements or specialized training beyond the standard Code 10 license.
Always ensure that you are aware of and comply with the regulations and licensing requirements set by the relevant authorities to ensure safe and legal driving practices.