The B+E licence course is for the car or van and trailer, with a Gross Train Weight exceeding 3500kg. The B+E trailer training course is for those that have passed their car driving test on or after 1st January 1997. Therefore,
they will need the additional B+E trailer licence to tow large trailers. Trailer Training UK is the industry leader in tailored B+E training.
The LGV C1 licence is to drive vehicles between 3500kg and 7500kg. This includes most emergency ambulances and Horsebox lorries for example. Trailer Training UK is an approved Driver Training Supplier to South Central Ambulance Service,
South East Coast Ambulance Service and the London Ambulance Service.
If you passed your car test after 1st January 1997 you will need the LGV C1 licence to drive vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight between 3500KG and 7500KG. For instance, some horse box lorries, motorhomes etc.
You will need the LGV C1+E licence to drive vehicles weighing between 3500kg – 7500kg GVW towing trailers over 750kg. You may have the C1+E on acquired rights. However, this will be weight restricted. If you need to get this 107 restriction
removed it will be the C1+E course you need.
You will need the PCV D1 licence if you wish to drive a vehicle that has 9 -16 passenger seats. Also, you may have the D1 on acquired rights and need to get the 101 restriction removed, to be able to drive for hire/ reward. In short,
the D1 will be the course for you.
The PCV D1+E licence will enable you to drive a vehicle that has 9 -16 passenger seats, whilst towing a trailer with a MAM over 750kg. This is ideal for those involved in transport for educational activities such as Sports teams,
Schools or colleges and Scout Groups.
The category LGV C course is for those who want to drive a Rigid Goods Vehicle witha GVW over 7500kg, commonly known as the HGV Class 2. Our HGV training vehicles are easy to drive. Therefore, making the step into Heavy Goods
Vehicles a smooth one for you.
The category LGV C+E course is for those who want to drive an Articulated or Draw Bar Goods Vehicle, commonly known as HGV Class 1. We use typical modern automatic industry-type vehicles for HGV training.
Trailer Training UK are an approved Driver CPC training centre.
We offer Periodic CPC training courses six days a week. In addition, we have in-house examiners to maximise our availability for the CPC Module 4 Tests.
Our caravan handling and reversing courses are for those who have never towed a caravan before but have their licence on acquired rights. In addition, for those who have previously undertaken a B+E test but are looking to improve their
caravan- specific knowledge and skills.
Individuals and companies can both benefit from completing a duty of care course, gaining the knowledge to tow and reverse large trailers safely and lowering the risk of damage or injury. Moreover, this helps achieve higher safety
standards, whilst reducing accidents and insurance costs.
We offer Lorry Mounted Crane (HIAB) courses at both novice and experienced levels. We will help you become comfortable and confident, and also register your qualification with the RTITB if needed.
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