Some people get mixed up on what you can drive on what licence type (Queensland)
Like between a MR and HR is not the weight but the axles other wise all but the same
MR includes A class LR vehicle
A bus or truck (including a prime mover or a mobile crane) over 8t GVM with a maximum of 2 axles
Note: You may also tow a trailer with a maximum weight of 9t GVM.
HR includes A class MR vehicle
A bus or truck (including a prime mover or a mobile crane) over 8t GVM with more than 2 axles
Note: You may also tow a trailer with maximum weight of 9t GVM.
An articulated bus (a bus that can bend in the middle).
1. Yes, cam and crank gears are all the same size so speed is the same for both shafts
2. No idea, maybe just ditch it and get an 18.
3. Not in WA but then again most of the police wouldn't have a clue and probably could be baffled by bullshit if you get caught, there was one recently where a bloke got pulled and fined for not having a HC license when he was driving a hilux towing a fifth wheel caravan(they should be illegal anyway)
4.A trailer all good by itself. The best bet would just be to get an MC or is that just too hard in some parts of the country?