7.5 tonne horseboxes
Perhaps the most common horsebox is the 7.5 tonne vehicle (vehicles weighing up to, but not exceeding 7.5 tonnes). The chassis lengths on these vehicles are sufficient to allow for the build of a separate space for both horse and human, making them a popular choice for those who need a combination of space and relative economy – when compared with some of the 5+ horse HGV horseboxes on the market that is!
The choice of vehicle make, horsebox manufacturer and living-space configuration is vast; choosing one is all about what is right for you and your horse/s.
To have a horsebox built to your exact specification, use our directory to find a manufacturer to meet your needs.
To view second-hand 7.5 tonne horseboxes, please view the horseboxes for sale.
Who can drive a 7.5 tonne horsebox?
• Any driver with a full driving licence obtained prior to 1st January 1997
• Any driver who passed their driving test after 1st January 1997 who has subsequently passed the C1 driving test
• Any driver over 18 years of age who has a provisional C1 entitlement and is accompanied by a driver permitted to drive a 7.5 tonne vehicle.
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Last updated: 02/07/2010