Its funny that i was stuck behind an suv towing a popup that at 50 mph was swaying all over the place yet me and my 2 bumper pulls are rock steady at 70 and yet i get labeled as being unsafe justbecause of what i tow.
The biggest abuse of a handicap spot made the front page of our paper several years ago. It was Nevada Highway Patrol car parked in a handicap spot in front of the donut shop. Half page if i remember right pic of it with the headline Above The Law.
My email rsponse about towing doubles in Ca says Power Unit and then truck in parenthesis. I am too long now o go to Ca so i spend my time and money elsewhere. I have heard about Oregon allowing doubles to pass through but have not tried and its another place that doesnt see my money.
TinMac, you need an R endorsement to tow doubles in Nv. You also need a J endorsement if towing a trlr over 10k gvwr. I have been towing doubles for many years and always check what and where its legal. I currently have a Class A with doubles and triples endorsement and just keep this lic as it covers anything i wish to do.
I believe that the majority of people with them deserve to have and use them, but when you walk past a car parking in a handicap spot and 4 people get out of the car and pass you up going inside then i question the need. Yes it has happened and more than once they park in the handicap spot and the able bodied person jumps out and runs inside while the person that deserves to use the space sits in the car. When my father was in a wheelchair i could hardly ever find an open spot so i unloaded him at the door and then went and parked
Legal in Ca to tow 2 bumper pulls as long as your under 65ft. I saved the email from CHP on my phone saying its legal. Anyone that uses internet sites such as ReadyBrake or any other are asking for trouble. Contact the state you wish to double tow (not triple tow) and get the facts before going there.