The boxes all go together. Now you may have to upgrade your license from a Class C to B or A but not need a CDL.great info..
1 question..is combination vehicle defined as one with combination plates like we talked about?
my stuff will be separate plated
the way this reads..i could have a 26000lb toter home and any trailer as long as my total length is under 65ft with a class c license..am i right?or does it mean i need a non cdl class A?like the other guy said "any trailer with over 10000lb total rated axles requires a class A."of course the the toter would have rv plates.i never see rv's in our area weigh stations.
Texas has the 150 air mile window for not needing a logbook.
If you are in, Interstate commerce.so you have to log even if your not in a work truck?so if i took my daughters VW to houston i would have to log?thats nuts.LOL
i wonder what the air miles is from kilgore to the northstar track?northstar and kennedale are both 160miles my house on the highway...HMP is 200 miles so i am sure thats out of the 150range.
interesting topic for sure.
i dragrace just for fun...lol...no lettering anywhere ....i really want a toterhome so i can go to some races that are further away and not have to try and drive home while i am sleepy..i will get my cdl just to be safe and know i am legal..If you are in, Interstate commerce.
If you were into Interstate commerce, I would be pushing you that way in a heartbeat.i dragrace just for fun...lol...no lettering anywhere ....i really want a toterhome so i can go to some races that are further away and not have to try and drive home while i am sleepy..i will get my cdl just to be safe and know i am legal..
your info really helps everyone .
If you were into Interstate commerce, I would be pushing you that way in a heartbeat.
If you are not, why bother with Motor Carrier numbers, USDOT, TXDOT numbers annual physical, cab cards, medical cards, Fuel Tax for certain states.
That's one helluva headache brother.
rv plates for sure...i would never use it for work..hate to be out of state driving my rv and have to log..logs books are a pain and can cost you a bunch.LOLOh I forgot one you will need a "Not For Hire" sticker also.
Now an RV changes things a bit. :-D