| ||Florida ||Georgia||Hawaii||Idaho||Illinois |
|Height (ft)||13.5 || 13.5||14||14||13.5 |
|Width (ft) ||8.5 7 ||8.5||9||8.5||8.5|
| Trailer Length (ft) ||40 ||NS||NS||48||45 |
|Motorhome Length (ft) ||45 ||45||48||45||45 |
| Two-Vehicle Combined Length (ft) ||65 ||60||65||75||60 |
|Triple Towing Allowed || |
|Safety Chain || |
|Breakaway Switch || |
|Weight Brakes Required|| |
|Towing Speed Limit (mph)||70 ||55||60||75||55 |
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- indicates “yes,” item is permitted or required.
“NS“ indicates not specified.
1 On designated rural interstates; some exceptions.
2 Required on trailers over 3000 lbs.
3 Required on trucks over 3700 kgs.
4 Headlights must be used when visibility is less
than 500 ft. YT: always, outside of city.
5 Maximum combined length 60 ft. on selected
6 Total maximum combined length of 75 ft.
7 8.5 ft. on certain federal road systems.