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So it is just a case of thickness of the steel then?


I guess so. The Army classifies vehicles as Armoured (A), Soft-skin (B) or (don't know what the class is, but it includes trailers) C.


Like I just said in another thread, I drove Ferret and Saracen on a Group B (automatic car) licence throughout my time. They were both "A" vehicles maintained by "A" Vehicle Mechanics (VMAs). I am sure there are one or two of these on the forum who can explain more.


Scorpion was substantially lighter than Saracen but required a Group H licence because it was a track-laying vehicle steered by its tracks.

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