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Old 10-10-2018, 04:41 PM   #1
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Interesting towing combo

https://jalopnik.com/chp-pulls-over-...ler-1829490611
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Old 10-10-2018, 04:50 PM   #2
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Old 10-10-2018, 04:51 PM   #3
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Now that's something that you don't see every day. It's interesting that it was a Jayco being pulled.......
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:24 PM   #4
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Saw this on the road today. Honda CRV toad behind a Jayco Eagle.Click image for larger version

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Old 10-11-2018, 06:30 AM   #5
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I saw a Class A towing a 25'+ TT in upper E TN a couple months ago. Was so shocked to see that I did not even think of trying to get a picture of it. Not sure of the actual size/length of the TT but it was NOT a HB or pop up for sure. Must have been a large family to warrant that much room on a camping trip.
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I saw a Class A towing a 25'+ TT in upper E TN a couple months ago. Was so shocked to see that I did not even think of trying to get a picture of it. Not sure of the actual size/length of the TT but it was NOT a HB or pop up for sure. Must have been a large family to warrant that much room on a camping trip.
Actually this is quite common. I see at least one of these setups every year in WI. People do this to accommodate friends and family so everyone has a bit of privacy.
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Not allowed in California with a class C license

When I did my towing endorsement test at the DMV it was clear that you can't tow two trailers behind a truck unless you have a commercial class A license with double endorsement. I want to tow a jet ski behind mine but I'm not sure I want to get into all these licensing requirements.
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When I did my towing endorsement test at the DMV it was clear that you can't tow two trailers behind a truck unless you have a commercial class A license with double endorsement. I want to tow a jet ski behind mine but I'm not sure I want to get into all these licensing requirements.
CA allows triple tow but I don't know what the rules and regs are. I see it quite often when heading to the SW for the winter. Some large A's pull an enclosed stacker almost as big as the MH.

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When I did my towing endorsement test at the DMV it was clear that you can't tow two trailers behind a truck unless you have a commercial class A license with double endorsement.
In Texas (and New Mexico) we can - haven't done it yet but once I get my utv I may look into it. The total length allowed is 65' .
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I saw a Class A towing a 25'+ TT in upper E TN a couple months ago. Was so shocked to see that I did not even think of trying to get a picture of it. Not sure of the actual size/length of the TT but it was NOT a HB or pop up for sure. Must have been a large family to warrant that much room on a camping trip.
Must have been the servants quarters..
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