Towing Laws

STATE

HEIGHT

WIDTH

COMBINED

LENGTH

TRAILER

LENGETH

TRAILER

WIDTH

TRAILER

HEIGHT

MH LENGTH

TWO VEHICLE LENGTH

TRIPLE TOW

SAFETY CHAINS

BREAKAWAY

FIRE EXTENGUISHER

FLARES

SIGNS

Alabama

13 ½’

8 ½”

65’

57’ (41)

8’0”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

Yes

Yes (2)

Yes (36)

NS

Alaska

14’

8 ½’

75’

40’

8’6”

14’0”

40’

75’

Yes

Yes

Yes (2)

NS

Yes

Arizona

13 ½’

65’

40’

8’0”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes (43)

NS

Yes(2)

NS

NS

Arkansas

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

43 ½’

8’6”

13’6”

40’

2 unit limit

Yes

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

Yes

California

14’

8 ½’

65’

NS

8’6”

14’0”

45’ (27)

65’

Yes (41)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Colorado

13’

8 ½’

70’

NS (42)

8’6”

13’0”

45’

70’

Yes (42)

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Connecticut

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

53’ (19)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

60’ (1,13)

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Delaware

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS (19)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

NS

NS

NS

Yes

District of

Columbia

13 1/2 ‘

8 ½’

60’

NS

8’0”

13’0”

40’

55’

No

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Florida

13 ½’

8 ½’

 65’

40’

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Georgia

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS (19)

8’0”

13’6”

No limit

None

No

Yes

NS

Yes

Yes

Hawaii

14’

65’

40’

9’0”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

Yes

Yes(7)

NS

NS

Idaho

14’

8 ½’

75’

48’

8’6”

14’0”

45’

75’

Yes (41)

NS

Yes

NS

NS

Illinois

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

53’ (19)

8’0”

13’6”

45’

60’

Yes (19,43)

Yes

Yes(5)

NS

Yes

Indiana

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

40’

8’0”

13’6”

45’

60’

Yes(41)

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Iowa

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS (19)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Kansas

14’

8 ½’

65’

NS (42)

9’0”

14’0’

45’

65’

Yes(410

Yes(3)

Yes

Yes(36)

Yes

Kentucky

13 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’0”

13’6”

40’

65’

Yes(42)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Louisiana

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

30’

8’0”

13’6”

45’

70’

Yes(42)

Yes(7)

Yes(2)

NS

Yes

Maine

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

48’

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Maryland

13 ½’

55’

NS

8’0”

13’6”

40’

60’

Yes

Yes

Yes(6)

Yes

Yes

Massachusetts

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

33’

8’6”

13’6”

40’

60’

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Michigan

13 ½’

59’

53 (45)

8’0”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes(43)

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Minnesota

13 ½’

8 ½’

75’

45’

8’6”

13’6”

45’

75’(19)

Yes(43)

Yes

Yes(7)

NS

Yes

Mississippi

13 ½’

8 ½’

None

NS

8’6”

13’6”

40’

99’

Yes

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Missouri

14’

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes(41)

Yes(37)

NS

NS

NS

Montana

14’

8 ½’

75’

NS (40)

8’6”

13’6”

55’

75’

Yes(42)

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Nebraska

14 ½’

8 ½’

65’

40’

8’6”

14’6”

45’

65’

Yes(41)

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

NS

Nevada

14’

8 ½’

70’

NS

8’6”

143’0”

40’

70’

Yes(42)

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

NS

New Hampshire

13 ½’

None

48’

8’0”

13’6”

45’

70’

Yes(420

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

NS

New Jersey

13 ½’

62’

40’

8’0”

13’6”

40’

45’

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

New Mexico

14’ (1)

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’0”

14’0”

40’

53’

No

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

New York

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Yes

North Carolina

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS (19)

8’6”

14’0”

50’

65’

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

North Dakota

14’

8 ½’

75’

53’

8’6”

14’0”

50’

60’

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Ohi0

13 1/2 ‘

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

75’

Yes (40)

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Oklahoma

13 ½’

8 ½’

70’

NS (41)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

Yes (41)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Oregon

14’

50’

NS (41)

8’6”

14’0”

45’

65’

Ye(41)

Yes

Yes

NS

Yes

Pennsylvania

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS (19)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’(19)

No

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Rhode Island

13 ½’

8 ½’

60’

NS

8’6”

13’6”

45’

65’

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

South Carolina

13 ½’

8 ½’

None

35’

8’6”

13’6”

40’L

60’

No

NS

Yes

NS

Yes

South Dakota

14’

8 ½’

75’

53

8’6”

14’0”

45’

N/A

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Tennessee

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

40’ (41)

8’0”

13’6”

40’

80’

Yes(40)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Texas

14’

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’6”

14’0”

45’

65’

Yes(41)

Yes

Yes(2)

Yes

Yes

Utah

14’

8 ½’

65’

NS (41)

8’6”

14’0”

65’

65’

Yes(410

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

Yes

Vermont

13 ½’

8 ½’

54’

NS

8’6”

13’6”

46’

65’

Yes(41)

Yes

Yes(2)

Yes

Yes

Virginia

13 ½’

60’

NS (41)

8’6”

13’6”

45’

68’

No

Yes

Yes(2)

Ye

Yes

Washington

14’

8 ½’

75’

NS (41)

8’6”

14’0”

46’

65’

No

Yes

Yes(2)

NS

NS

West Virginia

13 ½’

8 ½’

55’

48’

8’0”

13’6”

40’

75

No

Yes

Yes(2)

Yes

Yes

Wisconsin

13 ½’

8 ½’

65’

45’

8’6”

13’6”

40’L

55’(19)

NO

Yes

yes

NS

Yes

Wyoming

14’

8 ½’

85’

60’

8’6”

14’0”

60’

65’

Yes(43)

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Alberta

3.85m

206m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

85’

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

NS

British Columbia

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

20m

Yes(50)

Yes(29)

Yes(38)

Yes(22)

NS

Manitoba

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

21.5m

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Yes(5)

New Brunswick

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

23

NS

Yes

Yes (2)

NS

Yes

Newfoundalnd/

Labrado

4.2m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

23m

NS

Yes

Yes(15)

Yes(15)

Yes(8)

NW Territories

41.5m

2.6m

 

NS (48)

NS

NS

12.5m

25

NS

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Novia Scotia

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

25m

Yes(44)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Ontario

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

23m

Ns

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Prince Edward Island

4.5m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

16.2m

23m

NS

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

Quebec

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

23m

NS

Yes(29)

Yes(29)

NS

Yes(30)

Saskatchewan

4.15m

2.6m

 

12.5m

NS

NS

12.5m

23m

Yes

Yes

NS

NS

NS

Yukon

4.2m

2.6m

 

15.15m

NS

NS

26m

26m

NS

Yes

NS

Yes

Yes

Brake Laws for Trailers

STATE

Brake laws trailers

Wipers

Overnight parking

Max tow speed

Ride in 5th wheel

Ride pickup camper

Ride travel trailer

Speed Limit

Axle

License required

Alabama

3000

Yes

P

70

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Alaska

5000

NS

Yes

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

N/A

Class D

Arizona

3000(17)

NS

Yes(3)

75

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Arkansas

3000

Yes

Yes

70

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

California

1500(17)

NS

P

55

Yes(10,20)

Yes(35)

 

Posted

20,000 lbs <40ft. - Class C >= - non-com.

Class C

Colorado

3000(17)

NS

NS

75

Yes

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class R

Connecticut

3000(17)

Yes

P

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

18,000 lbs

Class 2

Delaware

4000

Yes

P

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

District of

Columbia

3000(17)

NS

NS

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class C

Florida

3000(17)

Yes

P

70

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Georgia

1500

Yes(39)

NS

55

 

Yes(18)

 

Posted

20,340 lbs

Class C

Hawaii

3000(17)

NS

NS

55

 

Yes(33)

 

Posted

22,500 lbs

Type 4

Idaho

1500

NS

P

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Illinois

3000(17)

NS

Yes

55

 

Yes

 

65MPH under 8,000lbs; 55MPH over 8,000lbs

20,000 lbs on interstates & hwys;18,000 lbs others

Class D

Indiana

3000(19)

NS

Yes

65

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class C

Iowa

3000

NS

NS

65

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class C

Kansas

Yes

NS

Yes

70

Yes(33)

Yes(33)

Yes(33)

Posted

20,000 lbs

26,000 lbs Class C >= 26,000 lbs Class B

Kentucky

3000(6)

Yes

NS

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Louisiana

3000

NS

P

70

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class E

Maine

3000

Yes

P

55

     

Posted

22,400 lbs

Class C

Maryland

3000

Yes

P

65

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

22,400 lbs

Non-com. B>= 26,001 lbs; Non-com. C <=26,000 lbs

Massachusetts

10,000

NS

P

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

22,400 lbs

Class D

Michigan

3000

NS

P

55

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

18,000 lbs

Class B

Minnesota

3000(17)

Yes

P

70

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Mississippi

2000(17)

NS

NS

55

     

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class R

Missouri

NS

NS

Yes

70

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Non-Commercial Class F

Montana

3000

NS

P

65

Yes

Yes

 

75MPH Interstate; 70 daylight; 65 night & non interstate

20,000 lbs

Class D

Nebraska

3000

NS

NS

75

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class O

Nevada

1500

NS

Yes(21)

75

 

Yes

 

Posted truck limit

20,000 lbs

Class A or B non-comm. W/ "R" endorsement for RV, a "J" endorsement for towing vehicles >= 10,000 lbs

New Hampshire

3000

NS

NS

55

     

65MPH

18,000 lbs

Class D

New Jersey

3000

Yes

P

65

Yes

Yes

 

Posted

22,400 lbs

Class D

New Mexico

3000(17)

NS

P

75

     

Posted

21,600 lbs

Class D

New York

3000(4)

Yes

P

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

22,400 lbs

Non-CDL C may tow vehicles w/ a GVWR of 10,000 lbs

North Carolina

1000

Yes

NS

55

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class A traveling w/>= 10,001 lbs Class B traveling w/>=26,001 lbs non towing

North Dakota

3000

NS

Yes

70

Yes

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D non-CDL

Ohio

2000(17)

NS

NS

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Oklahoma

3000

NS

Yes

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Oregon

2000(17)

NS

Yes (23)

55

Yes(35)

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class C

Pennsylvania

Yes(4,6)

Yes

NS

55

Yes10)

   

Posted

20,000 lbs

Non-commercial Class A or B

Rhode Island

4000

Yes

Yes

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

22,400 lbs

Class B > 26,000 lbs; Reg. Operators < 26,000 lbs; air brake endorsement required if > 26,000 lbs w/ air brakes

South Carolina

3000(17)

Yes

P

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class E >= 26,000 lbs Class F if towing

South Dakota

3000

NS

P

75

Yes(10)

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Non-commercial Class 1

Tennessee

1500

Yes

Yes

70

     

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D<= 26,000 lbs

Texas

4500

NS

P(11)

70

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class B non-CDL >=26,000 lbs

Utah

2000

NS

P(23)

75

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Vermont

3000

NS

NS

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class B

Virginia

3000

Yes

P

55

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class B

Washington

3000

NS

Yes(14)

65

 

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Regular Operator License

West Virginia

3000(6,17)

Yes

NS

65

Yes

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class E

Wisconsin

3000(17)

NS

NS

65

Yes(27)

Yes

 

Posted

20,000 lbs

Class D

Wyoming

NS

Yes(24)

Yes

75

     

75MPH  interstate; 65 on 2 lan3; 55 unless posted

20,000 lbs

Class B if GVWR>26,000 lbs; Class C if GVWR < 26,000 lbs.

Alberta

2000lbs(12)

NS

NS

NS

     

Posted

6,000 kg

Class 5; 75+: need medical certificate

British Columbia

1400kg(12)

NS

NS

NS

     

80KPH

Posted on tire

Class 5

Manitoba

910kg(17)

NS

Yes

NS

 

Yes

 

Posted

Manuf. Spec.

Class 5; 60+;Need med. cert.every 2 yrs; air brake endorse. If air brakes.

New Brunswick

Yes(4)

NS

P

NS

 

Yes

 

Posted

5,500kg steering axle; 9,100 kg simple axle; 18,000 kg tandem axle

Class 5 Air brake endorsement; if air brakes

Newfoundland/Labrado

Yes(45)

NS

Yes

NS

Yes

Yes

Yes

N/A

N/A

Class 5

NW Territories

1360kg

Yes(22)

Yes

NS

 

Yes

 

Posted

N/A

Class 5

Novia Scotia

1800kg

NS

NS

NS

 

Yes

 

Posted

8,000 kg simple axle; 26,000 kg tandem axle

Class 5

Ontario

1360kg(17)

NS

NS

NS

 

Yes(32)

 

Posted

9,000 kg single axle/tire; 10,000kg dual tire/axle

Class G,P, A

Prince Edward Island

1500kg

NS

P

NS

Yes

Yes

Yes

Posted

Can't exceed tire or axle rating

Class 5

Quebec

1300kg(12)

NS

P

NS

 

Yes

 

Posted

Manuf. Spec.

Class 5

Saskatchewan

1360kg (17,18)

NS

NS

NS

Yes

Yes

Yes(43)

Posted

9,1000 kg

Class 5

Yukon

910kg

Yes(39)

P

NS

Yes(31)

Yes

 

Posted

Manuf. Spec

Class 5

Brake Laws for Towed Cars

STATE

Brake Law Towed Cars

GVW

Reciprocity

Alabama

Brakes not required.

Varies

Yes

Alaska

Brake hook-up required if towed object over 3,000 pounds.

N/A

Yes

Arizona

Brakes not required.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Arkansas

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

California

Brakes must be sufficient to stop within a specified distance according to weight, at 20 mph.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Colorado

No laws regarding.

54,000 lbs

No

Connecticut

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Delaware

If towed vehicle over 4,000 pounds, brakes must connected to those of towing vehicle.

Federal Bridge Formula

No

District of

Columbia

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Florida

If towed vehicle weight exceeds 3,000 pounds, brake hook-ups required as well as breakaway system.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Georgia

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

No

Hawaii

Brake hook-ups required.

80,000 lbs

No

Idaho

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

No

Illinois

Brake hook-up required if towed vehicle is over 3,000 pounds.

Federal Bridge Formula

No

Indiana

No laws regarding.

800 lbs per inch of tire

No

Iowa

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

No

Kansas

No laws regarding..

Federal Bridge Formula

No

Kentucky

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Louisiana

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Maine

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Maryland

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Massachusetts

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Michigan

No laws regarding.

700 lbs per inch of tire

Yes

Minnesota

Brake hook-up required except where brakes on towing vehicle are adequate to stop both vehicles within distance required by law.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Mississippi

Brake hook-up required.

20,000 lbs per axle

Yes

Missouri

Both vehicles require brakes.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Montana

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Nebraska

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Nevada

Braking system required when gross weight of towed object exceeds 3,000 pounds, 1,500 pounds if 1975 or newer model.

80,000 lbs without class B or A license

Yes

New Hampshire

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

New Jersey

Brake hookup required.

80,000 lbs

Yes

New Mexico

Brake hookup required.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

New York

No laws regarding.

800 lbs per inch of tire

Yes

North Carolina

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

North Dakota

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Ohio

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Oklahoma

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Oregon

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Pennsylvania

No laws regarding.

73,280 lbs

Yes

Rhode Island

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

South Carolina

Brakes required if combined vehicle weight exceeds 3,000 pounds.

2 axles 38,500 lbs

Yes

South Dakota

Brakes, turn signals, and near lights required.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Tennessee

Brake hookup required.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Texas

No laws regarding.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Utah

No laws regarding.

Manufactured Stated Gross Weight

Yes

Vermont

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Virginia

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Washington

No laws regarding.

600 lbs per inch of tire

Yes

West Virginia

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Wisconsin

Brake hook-up required on vehicle over 3,000 pounds.

80,000 lbs

Yes

Wyoming

No laws regarding.

Federal Bridge Formula

Yes

Alberta

Not stated, see Trailer Laws

Manuf. Spec.

Yes

British Columbia

Brake hook-up not required but invariably necessary.

Manuf. Spec.

Yes

Manitoba

Towed vehicle must have functional brakes when not connected by tow bar.

Manuf. Spec.

Yes

New Brunswick

No laws regarding.

Per Motor Act Reg 94-62

Yes

Newfoundland/Labrado

No laws regarding.

N/A

Yes

NW Territories

No laws regarding.

N/A

Yes

Novia Scotia

No laws regarding.

None specific for motorhomes

Yes

Ontario

No laws regarding.

11,000 kg

Yes

Prince Edward Island

No laws regarding.

9,100 kg single axle; 18,000 kg tandem axle

N/A

Quebec

Not recommended but is legal

Manuf. Spec.

Yes

Saskatchewan

No laws regarding.

10kg/mm single axle

Yes

Yukon

Brakes required if GVW exceeds 9,100 kgs.

Manuf. Spec.

No

Footnotes for Towing and Braking Information

1. On designated rural interstates; some exceptions.

2. Required on trailers over 3000 lbs.

3. Prohibited where posted.

4. Required on trailers over 3000 lbs. Or if gross weight of trailer exceeds empty weight of tow vehicle.

5. Required on trucks over 3700 kgs.

6. Required if weight of trailer exceeds 40% of tow-vehicle weight.

7. Required on trailers over 6000 lbs.

8. Required if gross weight is over 2500 kgs.

9. Required on trailers over 1000 lbs. unladen, or 3000 lbs. laden.

10. Riding in fifth-wheel with audible or visual device with tow vehicle and safety glass.

11. 24-hour limit

12. Required if trailer exceeds 50% of tow-vehicle weight. BC: laden.

13. Trailer limited to 48' in a 60' combination.

14. Eight-hour limit.

15. Only if required by CSA at time of manufacture.

16. 8 1/2 ft. on certain federal road systems.

17. Gross weight requiring brakes.

18. Must have free access to drive compartment

19. Maximum combined length 60 ft. on selected highways. Special permit in Oregon, Wisconsin

20. At least one exit that can be opened from outside and inside

21. Not to exceed 18 hours in any two-week period.

22. Headlights or daytime running lights required at all times.

23. 12-hour limit

24. Must be able to stop in 40 feet and 20 mph.

25. On interstate highways; secondary roads still 8 ft.

26. 8 1/2' on all state routes. On some other roads 8' limits are posted.

27. Some exceptions or restrictions.

28. Special wide-body regulations.

29. Two safety chains or breakaway switch required on trailers.

30. Required if RV is wider than 2 meters.

31. Not recommended.

32. Seats must be equipped with safety belts.

33. 14 years of age and older.

34. Required on trailers 3000 lbs. and over

35. If passenger can communicate with driver, and exit can be opened from both interior and exterior. CA: Seat belts required.

36. Suggested, but not required.

37. Required on bumper hitches only.

38. Required if gross weight is more than 1350 kgs.

39. Headlights must be used when visibility is less than 500 ft. Yukon: always, outside of city.

40. Total maximum combined length of 75 ft.

41. Total maximum combined length of 65 ft.

42. Total maximum combined length of 70 ft.

43. With certain qualifications. Only with fifth-wheel trailer in Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Manitoba (maximum length 23m.) and Saskatchewan.

44. Total maximum length of 72 ft.

45. See state and provincial regulations.

L. Indicates legislation pending to increase length allowance.

P. Indicates "as posted." Information is based on latest available data; laws may have changed since press time.

NS. Indicates not specified.

47. Total maximum combined length of 80 ft.

48. Total maximum combined length of 21m.

49. Total maximum combined length of 23m.

50. Total maximum combined length of 20m.