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A new scene especially for members of the horse-riding community is now available from the online library. This scene is designed to help horse trailer owners practice parking in a stable yard where manoeuvring space might be restricted. For those who like a challenge, there is a very tricky double-turn manoeuvre which takes you first through a gate before reaching the parking area. As always, all feedback is welcome!
It appears Microsoft is incorrectly marking each new release of <<reversemytrailer as potentially harmful, even though the installer has been digitally signed to confirm that its code has not been altered or corrupted since it was created by us. Unfortunately, it can sometimes take two days or more for this 'false-positive' to be corrected by Microsoft. The instructions on the Download page have now been updated to help deal with any problems you may experience when downloading or installing. Alternatively, please contact us and we will do our best to help.
Just added a new horse trailer model to the online library, based on the Equi-Trek Trail Treka L. Everyone using the latest program release should see this appear automatically. Eagle-eyed observers will spot that this is a much improved version of the original horse trailer model used in earlier versions of the simulator! A big thank you to the team at Equi-Trek for all their help.
As part of a major new release of <<reversemytrailer (Windows version), scene and vehicle model files will now be stored in an online library instead of being included in the installation package. From now on, new and updated models will automatically be downloaded as soon as they become available, without needing to re-install the program.
The latest release of <<reversemytrailer (Windows version) includes a new, high detail horse trailer model based on the Ifor Williams Trailers HB406. Many thanks to all at Ifor Williams Trailers for their help and support with this. A new stable yard scene designed specifically to make use of the new model is currently being tested and should be released soon - watch this space. This release also contains a new feature suggested by a user. It's now possible to switch the guide rails off without increasing the difficulty level setting. This means you can hide the rails without it affecting your approach starting point. Let us know what you think of the new features!
A new test version of <<reversemytrailer for Android is now available. This contains some major improvements, including better texture mapping, better scene loading and better error handling. The new caravan site scene (added earlier to the Windows version) has also been added. And last but not least, the app will now remember your settings when you shut it down, so you can pick up where you left off next time you run it! Visit the Android page to download a copy.
Good news for anyone trying to run <<reversemytrailer on an older computer! Until now, the program has not worked properly on computers that don't support the full texture mapping used by the 3D simulator. To fix this problem, the latest version now automatically runs in untextured 2D display mode, if necessary.
Thanks to OutAndAboutLive for publishing a great news item about <<reversemytrailer, 'Practise your caravan reversing skills using 3D driving simulator'.see news item →
Release v188.8.131.52 of <<reversemytrailer (Windows version) is now ready to download. This includes a new caravan site scene with some tricky manoeuvres onto hard-standing pitches. The scene uses dimensions based on a recently visited Caravan & Motorhome Club site and contains multiple obstacles such as other caravans, EHU bollards and pitch alignment pegs. Don't forget to post feedback!
Improvements have now been made to the scoring system to make it fairer, with fewer complex penalty points applied. This should allow everyone to achieve even higher scores! Also, work is nearly complete on a caravan site scene, offering some more challenging manoeuvres. Watch this space...
The recent improvements to the Windows version of <<reversemytrailer have now been added to the Android version. This can be downloaded from here.
Release v184.108.40.206 of <<reversemytrailer (Windows version) is now available to download. Latest updates include improvements to obstacle models in the parallel parking manoeuvre scene and more efficient collision detection.
The latest release of <<reversemytrailer (Windows version) records your route as you reverse and generates information about how well you did. You can use this information to monitor you progress as you improve. If you're feeling competitive, you can also compare your scores with others in the High Scores table online! For more information, click here. Thanks again to Richard for scoring advice and testing.
A Quick Start guide has now been added to the Android version of <<reversemytrailer. This provides easy to follow instructions on how to use the simulator controls and demonstrates all the main features. Download a copy of the latest version here. You can also see a short demonstration video here.
The Android version of <<reversemytrailer is now ready to try. You can download a copy here. Thanks once more to Richard Wilson for early testing. Don't forget to post some feedback!
Work is almost complete on the Android version of <<reversemytrailer. Hoping to start beta-testing soon, so please let me know if you'd like to try it out. In the meantime, here are a couple of demonstration videos: Movement and Views demonstration and Autopilot and Guidance modes demonstration
The latest release of <<reversemytrailer now contains a manoeuvre that simulates the trailer-reversing exercise of the B+E driving test. Thanks again to Richard Wilson for his help in developing this feature. To see a demonstration video, click here.
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The latest version of <<reversemytrailer now has a multi-view feature that allows both reversing mirrors and front window to be viewed at the same time. Mirror angles and positions can also now be adjusted, with values preset to represent extended, convex towing mirrors. Special thanks to Richard Wilson at drivertraining.cymru for his professional advice and his help in testing these program updates. To see a demonstration video for the new features, click here.
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