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   Peter Sutton
    01603 759521
    07748 358829
peter@suttondriving.co.uk

Trailer Towing Training

BARFORD, Norwich, Norfolk

Sutton Driving Towing training for trailer b+e licence


 


SuttonDriving provides: Towing training and assessments for:

    trailers
, horsebox, caravan, boats, farm equipment

or any piece of equipment which needs towing for licence category B+E.

Start with an assessment 3 hrs - 115.00

After the assessment you will know if additional training might be required

  Half day - 3hrs - 115.00
            or - 4hrs - 150.00
           or - 5hrs - 185.00
   Full day - 6hrs - 220.00
(all the above are on a one-to-one)

DVSA - B+E Trailer Test costs - 115.00

Please send us an email or give us a call to discuss your requirements!

Opening days : Trailer Training & Assessments
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Closed
Friday Saturday *



Licence category  B+E covers vehicles upto 3.5T towing a braked trailer over 750kgs.
For specific towing limits it is best to consult the vehicles handbook. 

Example of a Caravan Owner:

If your Vehicle and Caravan (and luggage / passengers etc) weigh over 3500kgs     then you will need a B+E licence entitlement too.

Consider this example:

Land Rover Freelander 2 (MAM) 2505kgs + Caravan 1250kgs  = 3755 kgs,
(this includes all passengers and luggage)

For this combination you will need a licence category B+E  because the overall mass is over 3.5T.

The possible Penalties for Towing Without a Valid Licence

  • 9 Penalty Points (3 For the missing Licence entitlement and 6 for no Insurance - owing to fact you are driving without a licence)
  • A Maximum fine of approx 5000
  
SuttonDriving has over 15 years training experience and is a
Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
Approved Driving Instructor and
DSA Registered Fleet Driver Trainer.

He is a member of the IAM, ROSPA, MSA and AIRSO.

SuttonDriving works to the DSA code of practice and has been CRB checked.

Trailer towing  training and assessments are provided covering the Norfolk area.


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