B&E Test Course

Do you need to take a B&E Test to be able to tow?

Our B&E Training packages are designed to give you the skills required to get through your DVSA Test as quickly as possible.

The DVSA B&E Test is a professional test and therefore requires a very high standard of driving ability. It is recommended that even if you have experience of towing you seek some professional training to enhance your chances of passing first time.

We have produced a range of courses which aim to get you ready for the test and equip you with the skills required to pass first time.

As we are all different we also provide a number of course structure options to suit your individual needs and budgets;

B&E Test Ready Course;

Summary –

The ultimate course for anyone who needs to add the B&E category to their driving licence.

Our courses are conducted on a 1:1 basis using our vehicle and trailer combination.

Your training includes an assessment drive to ascertain your current standard against the DVSA requirements. Once this standard has been measured your trainer will discuss any areas in which improvement is required. The training provided will address any highlighted areas of concern, include an introduction to vehicle and trailer safety checks, coupling and uncoupling procedures, the ‘dreaded’ DVSA reversing exercise and a detailed look at what the B&E test requires.

Course Options and Costs;

1:1 Two Day Course – ┬áPlease call us for latest prices.

Training and Test will be completed over 2 days with the test taking place on the second day.

Our prices include full use of our car and trailer combination for both training and test, access to a safe and secure off road area to practice the reversing manoeuvre, and the designated number of days training.

There will normally be a 4 to 5 week waiting list with the DVSA for your test although if you need a test quicker we will do our best to accommodate you.

Once booked we will send all of the information you’ll need along with an invoice for your course – payment will be required 14 days prior to your test date to secure your course.