Originally Posted by rskeans
The maximum length in CA for truck and trailer, or anything is 65'. You can tow double only if you have a Commercial Class A license that permits double towing provided you do not exceed the 65' length. I do not believe the 90' total length.
I will add that towing doubles is also limited to a Tow Vehicle, 5er, and then Bumper Pull Trailer. No towing triples in California. Although towing triples is allowed in Nevada, I've only seen Commercial Trucks doing it.
Originally Posted by MattTaylor
his rig is about 90 feet long on the road.
Would I be violating any laws, be they laws of man, physics, or other, if I were to tow the boat behind the Jeep, behind the Winnebago?
Would I be legal in YOUR state?
90 feet long is too obvious. 25' over legal.
Once in a while, I will tow an equipment trailer with a 10 yard dump truck that will put me at 68'. Just looking at my set-up is very long.
If your going to tow into California, towing 2 bumper-pull trailers is not allowed. There must be a 5er in the middle of the set-up.