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The first part of any trailer towing test is the trailer test questions. We will tell you what you need to know to pass this part of the test and where to find some answers. Just pretend you are on your test and the examiner asks you a question;
- Tell me the main safety factors involved in loading this vehicle. You need to know how to answer this question correctly, along with 4 other questions.
- On the training, we will supply the questions and answers as part of the package we offer. We want you to pass.
- “Show me – tell me” questions are a key part of the test and we will each you everything you need to know.
Remember that the test is designed to see that you are safe to tow a trailer on the road.
Finding out more about the trailer test questions and vehicle safety questions.
The examiner will ask questions to test your knowledge of both the car and the trailer.
The trailer test questions help to understand basic safety checks. Questions do not need to be answered word perfect, because it is not a test for remembering words.
At the test centre, the examiner will ask in either format of, show me how or tell me how. Imagine you are carrying out the task and just explain it to them. The more training you do, the more you will understand the answers to the questions and be confident in your responses.
What if I get the trailer test questions wrong?
If you get the trailer test questions wrong and answer poorly, it will likely be 1 driving fault added.
A total of 15 driving faults are currently allowed on a car and trailer test. It is unlikely you will get all 5 questions wrong because we supply them to you and you can practice remembering them. Every time you read the questions and practice on our vehicle, you find yourself doing it without thinking.
You can find out more about the trailer test questions by visiting the DVSA website here.
Call us on 07818 408 336 or 020 018 5060 and we will be happy to help you with the trailer test questions.