Our rig weighs 13.5k loaded meaning, in Ca, that I am required to get an endorsement on my Class C (details). It has been low on my priorities and I simply forgot.
Luckily my driver license was up for renewal and required a physical visit to the dmv for new photo, finger-print, and vision test. As I was finishing up the process I remembered the endorsement. Took the lady a while to find the proper testing form and I passed it first shot with no studying (common sense stuff) even though one of the test questions was inaccurate (it asked how often I would be required to submit a Health Questionnaire - their answer was 2 years, proper answer is zero according to DMV website).
So now I am legal! Have the sticker and everything
Did you have to take a drivers test, I want to pull doubles and have to take a driver test.
* This post was
edited 06/28/12 05:16pm by Ed9824v *
1950 Ford F1 street rod
1968 Baha Bug with 2.2 ecotec motor 170 hp, kingcoil
2000 National Sea Breeze 5th wheel trailer
1998.5 Dodge 2500 4x4 Cummins,4.10 gears,turbo,trans,injectors,oil cooler,lockers,edge EZ, 35" BFG's, air dog lift pump etc.
Don't you hate those drivers license pictures! They never look like you!
And the "behind the wheel" test is tough too....
My posts shouldn't be taken for factual data. They are purely fictional, for entertainment purposes and should not be constituted as actually related to scientific, technical, engineering, legal, spiritual or practical advice. Amen.
Class C is good for 10k (trailer), there is a recreational endorsement that allows rv 5ers up to 15k. Bumper pull over 10k, gooseneck over 10k, non rv 5ers over 10k , and rv 5er over 15k requires class A. Doubles is only an option with a class A.
You get finger printed to get a drivers license? Yikes!
Yet if your here illegally, no problem on getting things. Free healthcare, education, voting rights. Need I go on?
2003 F250 SD,CC,4x4,SB,AT,Lariat,6.0PSD
2006 Cedar Creek Silverback 33 LBHTS "Custom"
Member of The Cedar Creek RV Club
"Creekin' in the Summer"
"The best part of RVing and Snowmobiling is spending time with family and friends"
"Catin' in the Winter"