| ||Oregon ||Pennsylvania||Rhode Island||South Carolina||South Dakota |
|Height (ft)||14 || 13.5||13.5||13.5||14 1 |
|Width (ft) ||8.5 ||8.5 2||8.5||8.5||8.5|
| Trailer Length (ft) ||45 ||NS3||NS||48||53 |
|Motorhome Length (ft) ||45 ||45||40||45||45 |
| Two-Vehicle Combined Length (ft) ||653 ||60||60||NS||80 |
|Triple Towing Allowed || |
|Safety Chain |
|Breakaway Switch |
|Weight Brakes Required|| |
|Towing Speed Limit (mph) ||65 ||65||65||55||75 |
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- indicates “yes,” item is permitted or required.
“NS“ indicates not specified.
1 On designated rural interstates; some exceptions.
2 8.5' on all state routes. On some other roads 8’
3 Maximum combined length 60 ft. on selected
highways. Special permit in OR, WI. MI maximum
length 70 ft
4 Total maximum combined length of 75 ft.
limits are posted.