jimmy_neutron Posted February 3, 2008 Share Posted February 3, 2008 My knowledge of towing has always been. Dodgy trailer = drive slowly, Good trailer follows landy nicely. I just read an article in LRM about towing etc that blew that theory away. Firstly i've got a good but very old Richardson cattle trailer. Its only the little 8ft box one with no decks. It came with one of them stick on plates many years ago, but when i went to look at it, its no longer there. So i have no idea of its weights etc. Also does it legally need to display the plate ? I have no idea how old the trailer is cos i bought it 2nd hand years ago as a scrapper and did a bit of work on it to get it back to a good un. Also, my Mrs only got round to passing her driving test 2 years ago, so has got the new driving license with restricted towing limits. Does this mean she can't even pull the little cattle trailer with the landy on her license ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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