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Old 11-21-2013, 07:21 PM   #15
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Palehorse89, you speaking from experience???

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Old 11-22-2013, 03:42 AM   #16
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Just the knowledge I acquired in the first part of my post Bill from being over the road years ago, and by the way oranges are just terrible up north here right now!

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Old 11-25-2013, 09:28 PM   #17
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FWIW, I ignore the "Truck Speed Limit" signs too, even though we're as big as many tractor-trailer rigs, if not quite as heavy. If they want to restrict speed based on length or weight, they better post it that way.
FWIW, Florida has a POSTED speed limit of 70 mph on a great many miles of its interstate highways. BUT, there IS a lesser known law that states 65 MPH for vehicles towing. Big rigs? Pickups? Autos? Motorhomes? Is it enforced? Where? When? Why or Why NOT? I do not know, but "ignorance of the law" is not a legal defense here.
I forget where I found it, but have seen it. It isn't posted, but it is a law. I still pull my bike trailer at 70 anyway, as I have NEVER heard of it being enforced. My choice to take that chance. But as heavy as my TT is, I pull it at 65 or LESS to help with fuel consumption that comes with speed.

As to the question of DOT check points - there is a sign at the US 17 Florida/Georgia border that states 'ALL Pick ups and trailers MUST STOP'. I have pulled in when towing my enclosed bike trailer just to be sure. They actually asked me "Whats inside?" I said my bike. They waived me on.

They have waived me on when NOT towing - even before I could come to a complete stop. Now, since I don't have a topper or agriculture products, I don't bother pulling in anymore unless towing an enclosed trailer.

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