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Old 06-03-2012, 03:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by RainCatcher View Post
I was told this by a commercial driving school instructor. He went on to say that there is a move afoot nationally to require a more stringent license for RV drivers. Each state has supposedly been put on notice that they are to consider implementing some form of upgraded license. It is the first I had heard of this and is the reason I asked this forum.
Well, it's easy to see he would have a motive to misinform you (and sell you a CDL course you don't technically need), but let's be generous and say there was a "misunderstanding."

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Old 06-03-2012, 04:11 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by gemini5362 View Post
I would add that the full faith and credit act deals with driving through states other than your home state. This act requires all states to recognize the laws of your home state. If the state your drivers license is issued in requires a higher class of license you will probably not have any probelm any where. The issue might be if your state does not require a special license to drive an RV then you cannot be required by any state you drive in to have a higher class license regardless of what that particular states laws require.
very true. it applies to license and equipment requirements. other laws like speed limmits are another matter all together.

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