Steve said:Attached is a txt file describing the regulations for auxiliary brakes for towed vehicles for each Canadian Province.
taoshum said:...If the towed motor vehicle has a gross vehicle weight of less than 2,000 kg (4,400 lbs) and is less than 40% of the gross vehicle weight rating of the motorhome, brakes and co-ordinated brake control are not required.
Riotravelers said:Regardless of what the law says be safe get an auxiliary breaking system of some sort. Think of it this way Just suppose you are towing and can't stop and cause a wreck. The insurance company checks and you towed vehicle is over what they consider the the legal weight. At least if you have a brake system you will feel better about it. Also maybe the insurance company denies coverage and there were injuries. BE SAFE AS YOU CAN