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How fast are you allowed to drive a car with a coupled trailer with brakes?

Max 80 km/h applies for a car with a coupled trailer with brakes.

Brake requirements for trailers

Trailers with a total weight exceeding 750 kg must be equipped with a service brake. Trailers coupled to private cars are usually equipped with an overrun brake that brakes automatically when the car brakes.

Trailers with a kerb weight exceeding 400 kg must also be equipped with a parking brake.

Speed limitations for trailers

  • Max 80 km/h applies for a car with a coupled trailer with brakes.
  • Max 80 km/h applies for a car with a coupled trailer without brakes if the trailer's total weight (or kerb weight when it is not loaded) does not exceed half of the car's kerb weight.
  • Max 40 km/h applies for a car with a coupled trailer without brakes if the trailer's total weight (or kerb weight when it is not loaded) exceeds half of the car's kerb weight.