**HELP** Up Plating Rollerteam.

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  1. W18BLA

    W18BLA Funster

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    Hey all

    I am hoping there is someone out there that can help me, I was on the phone to Trigano today to ask about my payload on my Rollerteam 707 and was told it was 2910kg and a max 3500kg great then he said i should be able to get it "Up Plated" now i am new to this and need help to find out what i need, He said to speak to my dealer which i did and they said if i can find out what i need then they will help me.

    So does anyone know the process and what i need. Like any links on web to help, forms needed, info needed for dealer or dvla etc..

    Hope someone can help and i now want this plated 3850kg so i can have more loading and less road tax :BigGrin:

    Regards

    Craig
     
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    As Brisey said they are the ones to get the info from, give them a ring they are very helpful and quite often it might only be a 'paper exercise' as in someone has done it before and they have all the info to hand.
     
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    Hi

    Same happened to us so we contacted Simpsons where we bought it from and they got a sticker with new weight on it from Triango, then sent it onto us and Graham stuck it on.

    Dale
     
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    less road tax, more insurance costs, lower resale value as less and less people have grandfathered licences. Most can only drive up to 3500kg
     
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