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moti wrote:Also note that Licensing Office will not register/license a "home made" trailer anymore.
It now has to be imported I am told.
pete wrote:Also have seen people towing their circuit cars on the road with just an on tow sign so basically you could do what ya want and if you get caught then you have to worry.
pete wrote:Have to import it otherwise won't be licensed.
But this is Trinidad. I see guys towing boats on trailers that really shouldn't be on the road at all, no license plate or anything with guys in the boat blasting music going down the road and police don't ever seem to be able to find them.
Also have seen people towing their circuit cars on the road with just an on tow sign so basically you could do what ya want and if you get caught then you have to worry.
pete wrote:I know one case of a trailer that was professionally built by a national sporting body for transport of equipment around Trinidad and Tobago and even with assistance of the Ministry of Sport they still refuse to license the trailer. It has brakes, lights and proper drawings and still they refused it.
Ted_v2 wrote:I really need to get to the bottom of this.
I see many burger karts built and the design and welds and extremely poor. Just a on tow sign and they driving. Spoke to a burger kart owner and he never had any problems towing this with his van. No problems and he pulling with a p vehicle also. No problem with the law.
Ted_v2 wrote:Might makes more sense to sell my Laurel and buy a small van. Right now I now load up my tools two generator heads vice ect.
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