Light Goods Vehicles C1 and Trailers C1+E
If you want to tow a heavier trailer than 750 kgs, Following Government regulation changes, you can now take C1+E as one test, instead of two.
New drivers previously had to take two tests, C1 and then C1+E
You can tow a trailer up to 750kgs with LGV C1 depending what drivers licence you hold and when you first passed the driving test?
If you hold acquired rights on car licences issued before 1997 and want to tow larger trailers you will need to take a further test for C1+E
Minibuses and Trailers D1+E
You can tow a trailer up to 750kgs with this vehicle, depending what drivers licence you hold and when you first passed the driving test?
If you hold acquired rights on car licences issued before 1997 and want to tow larger trailers you will need to take a further test for this. You will NOT need to take any theory tests!
With previous experience you should be at an acceptable standard already and require a minimum of training to be ready for the DVSA test.
New drivers for D1 can now take D1+E with one test instead of two!
Caravan Towing Training
These courses are for car drivers who would like to update their skills or have some refresher training.
Reversing any trailer correctly and with ease is an acquired skill and like most things practice makes perfect.
Our comprehensive training sessions will give you the confidence you always wanted but were too embarrassed to ask for help.
Our instructors will guide you from the basics to be able to reverse competently, safely and without the fear of ‘somebody’ watching for your mistakes!
Training sessions are 4 hours duration and are available for your personal requirements. On road driving assessments are conducted as well as reversing on our on site practice/manoeuvring area, please contact customer services for further details.
Read more about caravan towing courses here