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(Clyde K. asks,,, )
Do you know what states that you cannot do a triple tow? Such as a trailer and a small trailer behind our self contained trailer? I understand that there are some states that do not allow this, but not sure which ones.
Coleen, the working while RVing editor replies:
Some states regulate towing according to the overall length of your rig.
Some prohibit triple towing completely.
Here's a link to a website that has a table showing towing laws
in the various states.
There's discussion (controversy) over whether the correct term is "triple towing" or "double towing." I bring this up because it is something to keep in mind as you review the towing regulations.
Also, please keep in mind that just because it may be legal to tow two trailers doesn't mean it is safe to do so. Go to the RV Life and Travel blog.
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