Car & Trailer Training
At Driving Talent Limited, we can provide you with the necessary training whether you have previous experience pulling trailers or none whatsoever. Our programme will be tailored to your needs and development speed, as we’ll continually assess you throughout to determine when we believe you are ready for the practical test.
Did you know
If you passed your driving test after 1st January 1997, you need to pass a practical Category B+E test before you are legally allowed to pull a trailer, caravan, horsebox or boat over 750kg?
As we operate our trailer training by assessment, your programme could run from as little as half a day for the more experienced individual to two or three days should a greater amount of training be necessary. You can rest assured though that no matter the length of your course, you will be provided with all of the required knowledge and insight to both pass your test and then go on to drive safely on the roads.
Category B+E Training
£395 = 4 hour course (Incl. £115 test fee)
£495 = 8 hours course (Incl. test fee)
£595 = 12 hours course (Incl. test fee)
With one of our fully trained and Driving Standards’ approved instructors by your side, your knowledge, skills and confidence will quickly grow as you get to grips with the different driving styles required when pulling a trailer.
One of Driving Talent’s qualified Driving Instructors will perform a driving assessment for just £30.
This is done to define the quantity of B+E Training hours required to give you the best possible chance to pass your test and potentially save money.
Following the assessment, if you choose to book your B+E Training, the £30 assessment fee will be discounted from your overall training and test fee.”
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN TRAILER TRAINING?
There are many areas covered in our trailer training programmes from how to carry out the required safety checks, such as securing trailer doors, to the best techniques for reversing. Just some of the other areas your training will focus around include:
- Coupling and uncoupling
- Moving off and stopping safely, including the checking of all blind spots
- Junction and roundabout approach speeds
- Lane discipline
With one of our fully trained and Driving Standards’ approved instructors by your side, your knowledge, skills and confidence will quickly grow as you get to grips with the different driving styles required when pulling a trailer.Request to Book