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Old 26 September 2006, 18:37   #11
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Hey Hugh do you need a class c1 licence to drive that m/h then?
dunno?
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Old 26 September 2006, 18:52   #12
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Hugh's next activity holiday

Stay at Kernow's place and get Randski to give you some HGV and towing lessons
I have a mate who could help you with a CBT for the moped while you are here
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Old 26 September 2006, 19:01   #13
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Hugh's next activity holiday

Stay at Kernow's place and get Randski to give you some HGV and towing lessons
I have a mate who could help you with a CBT for the moped while you are here
hey that would be cool, would be all trained up on the hgv and moped front

lucky i have a camera so i can see where i am going when in reverse, damn handy bit of kit, also good for keeping an eye on what is behind ya
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dunno?

Ok...is it plated at over 3500kg? If it is you need a c1 (7.5 tonne) licence to drive it.As long as you passed your car test before 1/1/97 you'll have the right licence.
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Old 26 September 2006, 19:26   #15
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lucky i have a camera so i can see where i am going when in reverse, damn handy bit of kit, also good for keeping an eye on what is behind ya [/QUOTE]

Whats behind ya everything on the road unless its got 2 wheels , I love it keep all those cagers in one place and pass em all at once

Best buy a book of bridge tickets when you come this way all those axles will add up
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Old 27 September 2006, 15:55   #16
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Ok...is it plated at over 3500kg? If it is you need a c1 (7.5 tonne) licence to drive it.As long as you passed your car test before 1/1/97 you'll have the right licence.
plated to 5200kg and a tow limit of 3000kg so is a big old girl, as i am so old i am fortunate to have the necessary 7500kg and total 12000kg capacity limit on me licence for train weight or what ever you call it

some of those large american units do need a hgv
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