Trailer Towing Tuition
Are you towing legally? Do you feel you still need an expert’s touch in your trailer towing training or you need to be DVSA certified by possessing the B+E towing licence category to complement your driver’s licence? We can help you with all your trailer and caravan towing requirements and get you certified afterwards.
B+E is the Driving Standards Agency practical driving test for cars and trailers. The test is regarded by the DVSA as the first step to driving Large Goods Vehicles and is examined accordingly. No medical examination or additional theory test is required before undergoing this tuition. During this tuition, you get to undergo some practical test that would last for about an hour and a half.
we will need to see your PHOTO CARD driving licence on your first day of tuition .
ALSO YOU MUST MAKE SURE YOUR PHOTO CARD IS IN DATE OR YOU CANT DRIVE.
The amount of training required depends on your current ability and speed of learning .
everyone has different requirements.
you will also have to get rid of all your bad habits to reach the standards required by the DVSA.
2 day course £480.00
3 day course £720.00
4 day course £960.00
prices are for 1 to 1 tuition,
or discount is offered for 2 to 1 tuition
No VAT to add
Your choice of test centers are:
Plymouth Exeter or Camborne which one would you like
Please let me know the test center you would like when you contact us then we can look at availability & to book your test .many thanks.
Please note DVSA test fee is an additional £115.00
we will need a picture of your driving licence
so we can book your test.
when we have booked your test we will send you confirmation
We accept payment for our training services via bank transfer.
Please note payment is required before we will confirm appointments and put you in the diary.
Payment details for bank transfer
Bank name: Halifax
Sort code: 11-04-33
Account number: 00228551
This driving test will be handled by our local instructors will take the candidate through a number of different exercises ranging from
1.Vehicle safety questions
2. An off-road reverse maneuver
3. An uncoupling and coupling of the trailer
4. Driving on the road for one hour
In addition to the trailer maneuvring exercises, the candidate must show the examiner his or her newly acquired skill and competence to handle the vehicle on the highway including junctions, roundabouts, lane control, mirror routines, hill starts, angled starts etc.
During the test, you will be asked a number of pre-set questions known as ‘show me, tell me’ which must be answered either verbally or practically demonstrated to prove your progress.
Successfully passing these tests will consequently allow a driver to tow a trailer up to a gross weight (trailer including load) of 3500kg (3.5 ton). This means a vehicle and trailer with a gross train weight of 7,000kg (7 ton)