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Loddon

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Loddon last won the day on June 24

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    Male
  • Location
    Broken Britain

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  • Occupation
    Stuff work, that's for youngsters
  • Boat Name
    Loddon
  • Boat Location
    Not on carts ditches

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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a forum which requires at least 10 posts to view.
  2. Also means you are limited to drive a car or van up to 3,500kg maximum authorised mass (MAM) towing a trailer of up to 750kg MAM tow a trailer over 750kg MAM as long as the combined MAM of the trailer and towing vehicle is no more than 3,500kg This is more for others who maybe 70 soon it means you can't renew online
  3. Looks like you both dont have the extra groups I have A B1 B C1 D1 BE C1E D1E But I'm only 68
  4. I seem to be towing something more often than not, 250 miles to do tomorrow with trailer attached, off to clear the boat ready for painting. MIL is still driving at 91..............but not with me as a passenger
  5. And the ability to tow over 3500kg gtw
  6. Only until you are 70 unless you specifically request that they are carried on. Might even be a medical involved to keep them I cant remember. If you are over 70 check your licence and you may find them gone and you can't get them back without taking the test
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  8. Excellent. Cold War Steve is very good
  9. The wheelhouse on Parglena was 9'9" above waterline and about 9' across it reduced to 6'6" high with it down. Cruising southern waterways meant cruising with it down except for the Thames as far as Oxford and the GU from Brentford to Cowley. There were other bits of the Paddington Arm/Regents Canal where it could remain up but I can remember exactly where. The upshot of this is that we cruised most of the time with it down, it was of such a design that I could get it down in about a minute or so, very useful when approaching a low bridge.
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