Aloe claviflora is not a fast-growing succulent and it will rarely need repotting, if your plant is tipping over or has stopped growing then you know it is time to move to another pot. The best time to do this would be in spring.
When repotting use a fast-draining mix with one-third of pebbles or sand. This succulent needs strong bright light and can withstand the full force of a summer sun once acclimated. Make sure to provide bright light and feed your aloe with a cactus fertilizer in summer only. Always suspend feeding during winter as this plant goes dormant during this period.