Are you ever lucky that I did all that work about three years ago.
1: Driver's Licence Requirements.
A normal Class G licence will meet the requirement provided that your trailer does not exceed 10000 lb. The 10000 lbs referred to is the weight that the trailer bears on the road at the tires when the trailer is hitched to the trailer. It is NOT the loaded deadweight or the GVWR of the trailer.
I looked at the spec's for your trailer and you should be ok for pulling it with a Class G licence.
3: Your Truck
You probably should raise the registered weight to GVWR at least. It is likely that your dealer registered the truck at 3500Kg to save you a little money on the license plates and tags. There is a little quirk in our regulations that negates the weight rule. Our 2500HD D/A was originally registered for 4000Kg. Ihad personalize plates that I wanted to put on the truck and whenI did the change, the truck becomes a personal vehicle like a carwith the accompanying $74 ayearlicense tag andas long as you don't use the truck as abusiness or commercially you canload it up to what ever you want butit wouldn't be adviseable to exceedtheGVWR of the truck.
4: I sent you aPM.
5: The CF30SKP is one nice rig. We just love our plain old CF30SK. Edited by: Hamops