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From £250 get B+E Trailer Training in Southend on Sea, Basildon, West Thurrock, and most areas of Essex

B+E Trailer Training in Essex

Welcome to Get Towing trailer training where our goal is to ensure we give you the correct B+E training and tuition to pass your trailer test at the first attempt.

Course Costs…

one day 6hr Trailer Course and test fee included  = £399

two day, 12hr Trailer Course also with Test fee priced a little higher = £599

Call us on 07956 321678 or click below to arrange your trailer training test course 👍


In brief:

Drivers who pass a test for Category B+E (Car and Trailer combination) will be restricted to towing a trailer not heavier than 3,500kg, and the combined MAM of the car and trailer must not be more than 7,000kg.

This could be first step in the transport industry or want to tow your caravan / trailer legally and pass the trailer test and hold a trailer licence or just boost your confidence Get Towing are here to help.

We also accommodate the more experienced driver who has some experience of towing a trailer / caravan but need to upgrade their licence.
The correct trailer training covers a full morning’s trailer training followed by a late afternoon trailer test.

From the moment you contact us to discuss your B+E trailer training, right through to passing your trailer test you will receive excellent customer service from all members of the Get Towing team

All the vehicles are modern and maintained to a high standard.

You also have the added benefit of carrying out your B+E training and reversing exercise practice at our DVSA Sized Training area

B+E Trailer training has several elements, all of which can be a fail or a pass. To give you the best chance of passing your trailer training test you will train at our DVSA sized reversing site

All vehicles are fitted with reverse cameras to make coupling simple. You can conduct all types of manoeuvres in a relaxed, safe and controlled environment.

Our experienced B+E instructors teach trailer towing at our premises in Essex.

We have experience in teaching individuals who need to tow caravans, horse boxes and all types of trailers.

We can cater for companies who need block bookings at one time. We offer familiarisation training for those who have ‘grandfather’ rights but are not confident taking a trailer on the road even though they have a trailer licence


Trailer Towing Training with Get Towing

Our B+E courses are supervised by driving instructors who have experience in training, driving and towing in all types of vehicles up to 7.5 tones and minibuses

There are no or hidden extras in the pricing . We believe that if customers are willing to spend their hard earned money then they should know exactly what they are getting and how much it is going to cost.


B+E Trailer Training Information.

Please read the recommended information below before you decide on your trailer towing training.

Don’t forget we offer a consultation service where you can talk with an experienced instructor and have a look around our vehicles while you are here.

The trailer training covers a full morning’s training followed by a late afternoon test.

1 day course and test at £399…

We would only recommend this for someone who has a lot of experience in trailer towing, uncoupling and reversing with a loaded trailer.

2 day course and test at £599…

We would recommend this for someone who has very small amount experience in trailer towing or reversing, coupling and uncoupling a trailer.

3 day course and test at 799…

This course is tailored to a complete novice in the art of towing or reversing, coupling and uncoupling a trailer / caravan.

On the day of your test you will meet your instructor, complete a reverse manoeuvre, take a test drive, practice coupling and uncoupling and go through the “show me tell me questions”. Take your test at our DVSA Customer Approved Testing Centre.

Test fees – Weekdays £115.00 / Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays £141.00 (when available)

For prices and packages please click call

07956 321678



So who can tow a trailer, who can’t and why?

From January 19th 2013  new rules have been enforced for towing trailers. Essentially from this date when you pass the B+E test the trailer you tow cannot be heavier than 3500kg. This refers to the plated weight (MAM) of the trailer, regardless of the Actual Laden Weight (ALW) when being towed.