On 5th October 2021 TFL announced that people applying for a PHV driver licence will have to take a Safety, Equality and Regulatory Understanding (SERU) Assessment in addition to the Topographical Assessment.
Below you can find a link for the PHV drivers handbook this will be a guide on everything the SERU Assessments contains
There are 10 sections of the PHV drivers handbook which are as follows
Section 1: London PHV Driver Licensing
Section 2: Licensing Requirements for PHVs
Section 3: Carrying out Private Hire Journeys
Section 4: Staying Safe
Section 5: Driver Behaviour
Section 6: Driving and Parking in London
Section 7: Safer Driving
Section 8: Being Aware of Equality and Disability
Section 9: Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk
Section 10: Ridesharing
If you have any questions on this assessment you can speak to our team during your Topographical Training and they can guide you on what to expect.