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CDL Requirements for Hauling your horses.

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beeoerdog
Posted 2016-11-13 8:52 PM (#168866 - in reply to #136202)
Subject: RE: CDL Requirements for Hauling your horses.


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My LQ horse trailer is listed as a carrier on the pink slip. Is your toy hauler listed as same or as a coach like my fifth wheel RV?. If a coach, then it is a RV primarily designed for people, the toy section is incidental......classic government reasoning. Aren't horses expensive "toys" also?
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peter
Posted 2016-11-13 9:17 PM (#168867 - in reply to #136202)
Subject: RE: CDL Requirements for Hauling your horses.



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My LQ Trailer type, just added another type to the topic

 



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HOUSE
Posted 2016-11-14 4:11 PM (#168870 - in reply to #136202)
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It is easy to tell if you have a cch titled trailer in california, because you have to pay the tags every year, rather than having the standard pti that is due every 5 years. 
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HOUSE
Posted 2016-11-14 4:13 PM (#168871 - in reply to #136202)
Subject: RE: CDL Requirements for Hauling your horses.


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Peter,

there is a difference between a 5th wheel and gooseneck as far as the law goes, My class A has a restriction 50 which is no 5th wheel even though i took my drive test in a semi with a goosenect trailer.  as far as the citation for driving out of class it was not commercial enforcement it was just a regular chp that stopped them going down the road. 
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