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I passed my driving test in 1982 my licence states am/a/b1/b/c1/d1/be/c1e/f/k/l/n... can I drive a 7.5 ton vehicle with this licence?

Yes. That is C1.
To do so for work requires a current cpc certificate.
That is separate to your license.
You are also required to use Tachograph.

Hi No that you would need a HGV licence for. or better knows these days as PSV licence.

That depends entirely on what the hell a a/b1/c1/d2/f/e/k/k/i/n code means in your mystery location.

In the UK. Yes you can. If you passed your car test some time ago, you have the "Grandad Rights".
If you were to pass your car test 'now' you would have to take a further test to give you this entitlement.
Anyone who passed a standard car test in 1982 would have this same entitlement.

Bears face talking out of his 'hat' again I see !

Look at your licence. It will say what vehicles you can drive.

Gamble...you can only Lose money.
Mentioning the "Country" would be a great help, otherwise to me it is just typo's.

in the uk... yeah you can... if you passed your car test some time ago, you have the "grandad rights"...
if you were to pass your car test 'now' you would have to take a further test to give you this entitlement...
anyone who passed a standard car test in 1982 would have this same entitlement...

bears face talking out of his 'hat' again i see !

gamble.........you can only lose money...
mentioning the "country" would be a awesome help, otherwise to me it is just typo's...