How heavy a trailer can I tow on my licence?

I am over 70 years old - how heavy a trailer can I tow on my licence?

Asked on 12 June 2019 by POB123

Answered by Andrew Brady
Assuming you passed your driving test before 1997, you should be able to drive a car towing a trailer with a combined authorised mass of up to 8250kg. You'll retain this entitlement when you reach 70, although you'll need to renew your licence every three years.
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