If you passed your
Driving Test after January 1st 1997, your Licence does not cover you to drive a vehicle and trailer with a combined weight in excess of 3500kg
This means that you are legally required to take an additional test (the DSA B+E Test) if you tow a trailer with a 4x4, van or pick-up.
Towtutor's ADI instructors have an excellent pass rate for the B+E Test, with many satisfied customers since the inception of the Test in 1997.
"Many thanks for all your help and I appreciate all the time you put in", Sophie
Training given in all aspects required to pass the B+E Test:-
- Initial assessments given to estimate your training needs
- Competitive rates, with or without your vehicle/trailer
- Flexibility of time and travel to give you optimum pass success
- Road driving, set piece manoeuvres, reversing exercise, deceleration lane test
- Theory questions covered in detail
To find out if you require to take the B+E Test,
EITHER visit the DSA web page (click on DSA logo to the right)
OR follow the flow chart below:
If the Tow Vehicle is a 3.5 Ton Vehicle:
If the Tow
Vehicle is less than a 3.5 Ton Vehicle:
trailer weights are counted as the MAM (Maximum Authorised Mass) which
is the same as the Gross Laden Weight even when the trailer is empty.