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Old 28 September 2006, 02:51   #11
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Originally Posted by Jono Garton
when youve booked the test and received confirmation, phone the test centre and speek to the examiner, would be my advice.


i did speak to the examiner, but he was adamant that the trailer HAD to be over a tonne in WEIGHT not Maximum authorised mass.

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Old 28 September 2006, 04:22   #12
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Originally Posted by Nos4r2
When I came back from Fowey in August I was looking at the endless stream of caravans as we passed them. 1 in 3 of them was so badly loaded as to be dangerous-either that or they had 2 tonnes of lead in the car spare wheel well as there wasn't anything visible in the boot-and one was pulling the car suspension UP from the amount of weight in the back of it .
Aaaah negative noseweight - a wonderful and generous contributor to accident statistics I'm sure

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