I would like to have some clarity on the difference between a Code B Driver’s Licence and a EB Driver’s Licence.
Is it correct that the basic “B” license only allows a motorist to tow a light luggage trailer weighing less than 750 kilograms (fully laden), but if you want to tow a caravan or braked trailer, say, with a boat on it, then you need an EB license. To tow anything over and above 750kg you need to redo your learner’s and driver tests?
Is this correct?
Yes, that’s correct.
For every different licence code, you need to do a new learner’s licence test and a new driving licence test.
The codes are listed on this page, along with what vehicle/s can be driven with that licence:
Learner’s Licence & K53
Driving Licence Test Info