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Do you offer training at weekends?

Yes we do offer training at the weekends. We have limited availability for weekend courses, so please state your preference when you book. Our course fees for weekends and week days are the same. Occasionally the DVSA offer tests at the weekend on Saturdays. Please note there is an additional charge of £26 for weekend tests, which we will add […]

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What vehicle will I train in?

You can choose between a manual or automatic Land Rover Freelander 2 4×4 vehicle for your training. This may be subject to change so please ask at the time of booking to confirm. You may use your own vehicle if you prefer. Our course fees are the same whichever vehicle you decide to use. There are no additional fees for […]

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Are your instructors qualified to deliver my trailer training?

Yes, you’ll be in very good hands with one of our specialist towing instructors. All of our B+E trailer trainers are DVSA Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) who hold the Grade A standard. They also hold the DVSA Fleet Badge and have a wealth of experience in professional driver training. This means our trainers know exactly how to develop the skills […]

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Am I eligible to take trailer training?

To take one of our trailer training courses you’ll need to hold a full UK driving licence for category B vehicles (cars). You must have already passed the UK driving test in a car and be able to demonstrate a safe standard of driving. If you feel your driving standards have slipped since passing the test, our instructors will be […]

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Can I tow a trailer on my licence in the UK?

To legally tow a trailer in the UK you must have the correct entitlements on your driving licence. If you passed your test on or after 1st January 1997 and have never taken the trailer test then by law you will only be allowed to tow a small trailer with a maximum authorised mass MAM of less than 750kg. If […]

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