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Old 05-31-2015, 02:19 PM   #1
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Heigth of bridges info

What is the unwritten rules for traveling and coming to a bridge and knowing with confidence your MH can make it with no problems. I assume all interstates have a minimum clearance but I am talking about off the beaten path kind of places.

School me on this please....

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Know before you go. That is why you should always check your route with a "trucker's atlas". Also, an rv specific gps where you can enter your MH dimensions and have it route you. Mine also gives minimum ground clearance as it railroad crossing grades.
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In MOST states bridges less than Sixteen feet will be labeled..In ALL states think there is a federal requirement they label anything under a set height (not sure)

Maximum allowed height for all vehicles without special routing and permits is13'6" so anything less than that should be marked.

And that is WRITTEN law.
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