Originally Posted by fairchance
Just looked at a Truckers guide to Pa. map, and it states trucks and trailers limited to 8 ft wide on state roads. Would this apply to tt's? 8'6" on interstates.
20 and 11 driving laws in the state of PA. ' PENNSYLVANIA:
Maximum RV width 102 in.; maximum motorhome length 45 ft.; maximum trailer length not specified; maximum length of two-vehicle combination 60 ft. Riding allowed in fifth-wheel trailers with electronic communications. Overnight parking in rest areas is not allowed. RVs are not allowed in carpool lane.
RV Safety Requirements:
All RVs or motor vehicles towing an RV: flares or reflective signs and fire extinguisher. All trailers: brakes and breakaway system if the gross trailer weight with load exceeds 40 percent of the towing vehicle’s gross weight with load; safety chains and lighting equipment (brakes, turn signals, reflectors).State Driving Laws:
Headlights must be on in inclement weather. Right turn on red allowed, unless posted otherwise.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highway Safety & Traffic Engineering, 55 Walnut St., Forum Pl., P.O. Box 2047, Harrisburg PA 17105-2047
Now, 102", actually calculates out to 8.5'... So, like you say, if'n you got big ears and are traveling with the windows down, they are giving you an .1 LW. ( lee way ).
So, I have a question for you! Is the state of PA. trying to force some sort of an redesign of ( " tt's " )????
I think Not!.. They would lose their shirts too!