Towing a Recreational Trailer is must-read guide for any B.C. driver who tows a recreational trailer.
If you have a Class 4 or 5 driver's licence and want to tow a recreational trailer weighing more than 4,600 kg fully loaded, you must get a house trailer endorsement.
To upgrade your licence, you will have to
Ace the signs portion of your knowledge test by going through all of the signs on our new Road signs practice knowledge test.
To learn more about getting a house trailer endorsement and study for your tests, study Towing a Recreational Trailer.
Click Expand to read online. An iPad-friendly version is available on Issuu's site.
You can also pick up a copy at any driver licensing office.
|1||Driver licensing requirements for towing a recreational trailer (PDF)|
|2||Before you tow (PDF)|
|3||Pre-trip inspection (PDF)|
|4||Driving an RV combination (PDF)|
|5||Recreational trailer safety (PDF)|
|6||Signs signals and road markings (PDF)|
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