Product Description

Trailer Test Training – Towing Licence

This course is a 3 Day Car and Trailer Category B+E Training and Test Course.

Day 1 and 2 – 4 Hours 1-2-1 Training

Day 3 – 1 1/2 to 2 Hours Training and then into DVSA Test for 1 1/2 Max.

The price includes hire of Car,Trailer,Instructor and DVSA Test fees ( £ 115 )

3 Day Novice Course for someone with little or no previous experience @ £595

Did you pass your car test after 1st January 1997 and want to tow a large,caravan, horsebox or trailer, then you will probably need to take you B+E Trailer Test

The prices above include hire of vehicle, trailer, instructor, DVSA Test fee of £115 and VAT

Please find below the next dates we have available for trailer training test courses

Horsebox test caravan test trailer training test DVSA B and E BE Driving Test

One of our training units at our Goole Yorkshire Trailer Test DVSA Approved Centre

The vehicle used for test as all our fleet are as below: 

  • be taxed
  • be insured for a driving test (check with your insurance company)
  • be roadworthy and have a current MOT (if it’s over 3 years old)
  • have no warning lights showing, for example, the airbag warning light
  • have no tyre damage and the legal tread depth on each tyre
  • be smoke-free – this means you can’t smoke in it just before or during the test
  • be able to reach at least 62mph and have an mph speedometer
  • have 4 wheels and a maximum authorised mass (MAM) of no more than 3,500kg

The MAM is the limit on how much the car can weigh when it’s loaded. It’ll be in the car’s handbook.

The car must have:

  • extra mirrors mounted onto the wing mirrors on both the passenger and driver side (for the examiner to use)
  • L-plates (‘L’ or ‘D’ plates in Wales) on the front of the car and rear of the trailer
  • a passenger seatbelt for the examiner and a proper passenger head restraint (not a slip-on type)

Manual and automatic cars

You can take the test in a:

  • manual car – these have 3 pedals
  • automatic or semi-automatic car – these have 2 pedals

The type of car and trailer you can drive after passing the test depends on:

  • what your licence is already for
  • what type of car you take the test in
Existing car licence Car you use for the test Cars you can drive when towing Cars you can drive when not towing
Manual Manual Manual and automatic Manual and automatic
Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic
Automatic Manual Manual and automatic Manual and automatic
Manual Automatic Automatic Manual and automatic
  1. Booking your test
  2. What to take to your test
  3. What happens during the car and trailer test
  4. Driving test faults and your result
  5. Rules for the car you use
  6. Rules for the trailer you use
  7. If you have a disability, health condition or learning difficulty

Trailer Test Training Courses at our Goole DVSA Approved Test Centre and on local test routes

B+E Trailer Test Course Goole Doncaster Leeds Hull Selby

Trailer Test Horsebox test Caravan Test