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Old 03-13-2015, 09:58 AM   #11
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In CA, if you are towing any type of trailer you are supposed to keep it at 55. Not all do but that is the law for towing. Bridges with the cross winds can be very dangerous. We always are cautious when crossing any large bridge while towing.
Yeah right.. no one except me follows that.. I winter in the DSW and cali plated RV's pass me like I am standing still..
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Old 03-13-2015, 10:19 AM   #12
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x2, as I sit behind a semi in the slow lane going 60 to 63 mph.

Are the 18 wheelers subject to the 'towing' speed limit?
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Old 03-13-2015, 11:14 AM   #13
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That's a Lance trailer. I used to have one. Regardless of what caused the accident, I'm betting he was taking it to dealer for something. Just sayin'.
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x2, Are the 18 wheelers subject to the 'towing' speed limit?
YES.. trucks and cars with trailers... Most motorhomes do not realize that includes them IF they have a toad..
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I got pulled over and give heck by a Chippie for blocking traffic when I was going the speed limit. (not towing)... love to fight that one in court..
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Well, that does 'plain my other question from the day a CHP cruised past me and the semi's without even a look.
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