A LAPL-A allows you to act as pilot in command (PIC) on two classes of aircraft — a single-engine piston aeroplane (on land), or touring motor glider (TMG).
The privileges granted to the the licence holder are to:
Act as Pilot in command (PIC) on single engine piston aeroplane, carrying:
A maximum of 3 passengers.
A maximum certificated take-off mass of 2000 kg or less.
No more than 4 persons on board the aircraft.
Passengers — if the holder has completed 10 hours of flight time as PIC.
Unless you complete further training, you’ll only be licensed to act as PIC in the class and variant of aircraft that you passed your skill test in. Hence you can fly a 4-seat aircraft with fixed undercarriage and fixed-pitch prop with further conversion training. Difference training for VP prop and retractable undercarriage can then be added to your privileges.
As was alluded to on the other thread though, it would be unnecessarily restrictive if you are doing a LAPL for reasons other than medical.
You are still dangerous! You can be my wingman anytime