Well, I've been all through the A-Frame stuff, and I can't find a solution to the need for auto-reverse brakes that I added to the DfT stuff. [FONT="]Any braked trailers manufactured after April 1989[/FONT] :Sad:[FONT="]must be fitted with a auto reverse brakes[/FONT]:Sad:[FONT="] to give braking efficiencies required by EEC Directive 71/320 (ECE13).[/FONT] Anyone got a solution to the apparent need for auto-reverse brakes on an A-Frame towed car please? Yes, I read the bit about a fine every so often being better than a trailer, I can readily go along with that, but so I daresay has my insurance company. I prefer not to give my insurance company a cop-out clause. I only sell trailers when I no longer have a use for them Jim. If I no longer need my Carcaddy, I'll let you know. A Carcaddy is a folding break-back trailer that will carry a medium sized saloon car, and fit in an average lock-up garage, and yes, I'd much prefer an A-Frame like I used in the old days.