RVs are a wonderful way to see the country
For some people, an RV can be a fun and unique vacation. For others, it’s a way of life. However much time you spend traveling in an RV, it’s important to be aware of the rules and regulations, both on the road and when you’re staying at a campground. We offer seven rules and regulations RV-ers need to know.
1. Rig length, width, and height restrictions
This is a hard “rule” to master, simply because the rules vary from state to state. The length of a trailer might be fine in one state and illegal in another. If you’re pulling another rig behind you, such as a car or boat, your length will be even longer.