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Old 03-27-2017, 10:11 AM   #1
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I have a Mountain Aire 45. I have looked at the license requirement for Fl. and Ga. I have a Fl. class E license Am I legal? Thanks for any and all input. David
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You just need to be legal in your state of residence.
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As Don says there is reciprocity for drivers licenses and insurance. But not on other legal requirements like aux braking on toweds.
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FL requires only a standard license- Class E. Georgia requires an enhanced license-Class F for RV over 26k for its residents but this is moot if you keep your FL residency.
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