Trailer/Caravan (B+E) towing courses for all the know-how you need when towing.
Do you need to tow a trailer, horsebox, caravan or even a boat? If the answer is yes, then you may not be aware that since 1st January 1997 a new test was introduced by the licensing and testing authorities. Our trailer/caravan towing courses are perfect as they will prepare you for every eventuality you are likely to experience whilst towing.
If your trailer exceeds 750kgs or the combined weight of the towing vehicle and trailer exceeds 3500kgs you may need to sit the B+E test. Our trailer/caravan towing lessons will ensure you pass with flying colours, quickly and cheaply. However, it is still possible for you to tow a trailer as long as you meet certain criteria. If you passed your test prior to 1st January 1997 or if you passed after this date you may still tow a trailer with a gross weight of 1.5 tons, as long as the towing vehicle and trailer are very carefully matched. Failure to comply with the licensing laws can lead to a maximum of 9 penalty points, a £1000 fine or even a disqualification.
Our trailer/caravan towing lessons are conducted in Plymouth, Devon in preparation for the B+E trailer test. We recommend an assessment of your driving prior to commencing one of our trailer/caravan towing courses. The amount of training varies for each individual so our trailer/caravan towing courses usually last between one and three days, culminating with the practical test on the final day.
If you run a business and have staff members who require the B+E trailer test qualification, then Cats Eyes trailer/caravan towing lessons are perfect for you. We offer commercial trailer training using accommodation within easy reach of the trailer/caravan towing course centre, all of which are to a high standard and include a full English breakfast and many include en-suite facilities. Our courses are usually five hours per day for options 1 to 3 however we will work around your commitments with flexible lesson times. Why not bring a partner along and make a short break whilst here?