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Old 01-03-2016, 07:11 AM   #43
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Thanks for all the info. We are trying to hit all the states and being from upstate NY that would be the furthest we would want to go. ( don't want to go to Alaska and get windshield smashed) I can't figure out how to post pics yet of truck and camper.
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:59 PM   #44
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I drove thru the illogical mess that is california in my Suburban towing two waverunners. Got a ticket. Seems that since I was 'towing', I had to observe the same rules as the 80,000 pound semis -- no left lane, 55mph, etc. I wonder if the same would apply if I was on my 800 pound motorcycle towing my little 400 pound trailer. I've had enough of ca.
When towing a trailer in California, the speed limit is 55 mph! Regardless of size of trailer. CHP does not enforce the 55 mph trailer towing very tightly, but never the less that is the law. Just read the California Vehicle Code, AND read the signs posted on the roads.
The key word is TOWING.
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Lived here for many years. The reason the roads suck is because the sorry politicians take the money and spend it on bicycle paths mass transit and a stupid bullet train that will have as much impact on people driving as a blank round in a gunfight.
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