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Can I drive a car and trailer with L plates?

Can I drive a car and trailer with L plates?

Where drivers may be driving trailers legitimately with L plates, they are not allowed to take the trailer test until they first pass a test and hold a licence for a rigid vehicle. Other articles in this section: About the car & trailer practical driving test.

What category is car and trailer on licence?

Category B+E
With a Category B+E driving licence (car & trailer combination), you will be able to drive your car and tow a trailer with a maximum combined weight of up to 7 tonnes.

Do trailers need to be licensed in Ontario?

Overview. A trailer is considered a separate vehicle from your car or truck. Before you can tow one for work or for pleasure on any public road in Ontario, you must register it and pay a one-time registration fee.

What can I drive with a Class G license in Ontario?

Class G. Allowed to drive any car, van or small truck or combination of vehicle and towed vehicle up to 11,000 kilograms, provided the towed vehicle is not over 4,600 kilograms.

Can you tow a trailer with L plates on the motorway?

Provided the driver has a full B licence – obtained before or after 1/1/97 they can tow a “larger” outfit on a motorway IF they display “L” plates and are accompanied by a driver with a B+E entitlement.

Can I tow a caravan with my car Licence?

Can I tow a caravan or trailer on a car licence? You’re allowed to tow a trailer or caravan weighing up to a certain amount on your category B car licence. There is no special caravan licence or trailer licence needed for towing; it all depends on how heavy the load is that you want to tow.

Can I tow a trailer on a normal driving Licence?

Under current legislation, a driver whose licence dates from before 1 January 1997 is allowed to tow a caravan or trailer weighing up to 3500kg maximum authorised mass (MAM). Anyone who qualified after that can only tow up to 750kg, and if they want to pull anything heavier, they have to take a trailer towing test.

What can I drive on a category C licence?

Category C You can drive vehicles over 3,500kg (with a trailer up to 750kg MAM ).

Do I need insurance for a trailer in Ontario?

1. Insuring your travel trailer is not required by law in Ontario, but it is important. A travel trailer is a trailer that is towed by your vehicle or a camper that is transported on the bed of your truck.

Can you pull 2 trailers in Ontario?

Some places require the first vehicle to be a fifth wheel type hitch and the second can be something else, commonly a ball. This is not true in all states and provinces that allow more than one vehicle being towed. Ontario, for example, does allow two ball hitches trailers! Crazy as it seems it is perfectly legal here.

What’s the difference between G2 and G?

A G2 is a novice driver’s licence and comes with a number of driving restrictions. Your G is the full licence that has less restrictions.

What type of licence do I need to sell trailers?

Licence types You can apply for 1 of 2 types of garage licences: Class A: if you sell trailers only Class C: if you buy vehicles to wreck and dismantle, but not for resale

Are there new rules for pickup trucks and trailers in Ontario?

Yes Please! New Rules for Pickup Trucks and Trailers in Ontario! What Regulations are Impacted by these Changes? Effective July 1, 2019, pickup trucks and trailers for personal use are exempt from the requirement for an annual inspection (both the inspection and displaying the yellow decal/sticker).

How do I register a trailer I bought in another province?

If you want to register a trailer you bought in another Canadian province or territory, or in the United States, bring the following documents with you to the ServiceOntario centre: Original registration from the other jurisdiction (for example, a state in the U.S.) or certificate of title Original bill of sale

How do I get a license plate and permit for my trailer?

Once you register your recreational or utility trailer at the ServiceOntario centre, you get your plate and permit right away – all in one visit. Attach the licence plate to the back of your trailer where it is clearly visible. Always carry your permit, or a copy of it, to show to a police officer if asked. Updated: July 16, 2021