Perhaps you need a trailer for transporting larger items? Or are planning to start caravanning?
Firstly, you will need to research whether this is possible with your current driving licence and vehicle.
Read our beginners guide below:
As a general rule, if your car has a towing capacity of 2,000kg then it will usually be able to tow a caravan or a trailer. But if you have a twin-axle caravan, then you will require a 4x4 (or similar) in order to tow it.
To learn more about the towing capacity of your vehicle, the MAM (maximum authorised mass), also known as the GVW (gross vehicle weight) can be found in the owner’s manual.
The speed limit in the UK is 60mph (miles per hour) on the Motorway/Dual Carriageway and 50mph on an A-Road/Single Carriageway.
Remember to give yourself more time and space for every manoeuvre – particularly taking corners.
For heavy loads, the suitability of the cars starts to shrink dramatically. Here is a list of mainstream cars that can handle that little bit extra.
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