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Old 10-02-2014, 03:24 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by pamandden View Post

Newbie here negotiating to purchase a 07 Winnebago Voyage 33V which is 8'5-1/2" wide and I live (for now) in NJ. We plan to be heading west and south but, might like to visit some of the states listed as 8' limits. NH, MD, and TN as for instances.

So, should this width issue enter into my buying decision in any way or is it a non-issue in reality. I promise, being new, I will endeavor to stay off really narrow roads.

Geez, most tractors and it appears many busses like Prevosts, Van Hools look wider than 8'.

Thanks in advance.
I live in Maryland and bought my RV here. According to documentation it is 102" wide and hasn't been an issue for me.

Also years ago I worked for a manufacturer of commercial flat bed trailers and as stated in another post most of the trailers we built and sold were 102" wide.

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102" wide is the legal limit.

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