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Old 02-12-2014, 08:28 AM   #43
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There's an app for that, lol. Seriously, check out state lines app. It has all the state retirements including max lengths, max tow, triple tow, etc.
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When we speak of the legalities of towing double on the Interstates, I believe we need to be careful to differentiate between commercial loads (regulated by FMCSA) and non-commercial loads (such as our RVs in private use). The Federal government has regulatory authority over interstate commerce, but non-commercial vehicles are a different bag of worms. Federal influence on state non-commercial vehicle statutes comes through NHTSA, and their only real enforcement mechanism is the ability to withhold Federal transportation funding from the states (ref. helmet laws, seat belt laws, .08% blood alcohol DUI threshold, etc.) I don't know that NHTSA has addressed towing double for non-commercial vehicles; I believe that's still within each state's jurisdiction.

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Nevada Non-Commercial Class A & B, Endorsement J

RV, boat and trailer owners need a Class A or B license to drive vehicles 26,000 pounds or heavier. An Endorsement J is needed to tow a vehicle over 10,000 GVWR. Additional written and skills tests are required.
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