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Old 05-11-2016, 09:08 AM   #15
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The problem isn't the weight of the RV or trailer. RVs don't require a CDL in Virgina, even if towing a trailer.

EXCEPT when used for commercial purposes. And many states are now interpreting use of the RV to tow race cars as commercial, because participating in the races can win you prize money. So it's the fact you've got a race car that's the issue, not the fact that it's being towed by an RV.
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I tried to get ahold of supervisor at DMV ... you can imagine how that went. All I am getting is wishy washy crap.

So Monday I got my DoT physical, Tuesday passed CDL A written test (general, air brakes, combination) to get Permit. Now I'm in "school" ... takes about 4 weeks and then practical (hands on) test.

Way I see it written ... don't need it ... as many have said ... but I've got time now to knock it out - and its great practice with big (and bigger) equipment .. so why not

Appreciate all help and input!
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