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COMBINATION TOWING CHARLIE 6-11-03  
CAN ANYONE POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO FIND OUT WHAT THE GUIDELINES ARE FROM STATE TO STATE AS FAR AS HOW LONG I CAN BE. SUCH AS,I AM INTERESTED IN TOWING A FIFTH WHEEL R-V AND MY BOAT BEHIND THAT..... CAN ANYONE POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION AS TO WHERE I CAN OBTAIN A WEBSITE ON THESE GUIDELINES?
Re: COMBINATION TOWING Marty 12-12-03  
In California you must have a RV class A license or CDL to pull double trailers.

Total combo length 70 feet.

Trailers under 1600# need not have brakes.

Check with DMV or hiway patrol in your State.
Re: COMBINATION TOWING Eric Beutz 4-24-06  
If I am towing double trailers, does the first trailer have to be on a fifth wheel? Can I use a pintle hook or even rear mount ball?

I will be going from California to Colorado.

Thank You So much

Eric-
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