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Smaller Trailer, Or A Bigger Truck

Discussion in 'Trailers' started by Danny Steel, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. fast_st

    fast_st Senior Member

    Dec 1, 2010
    IT systems admin
    Unless they changed recently to meet California, Mass has been going by the CDL guidelines, needs to be a combination in excess of 26,001 pounds and the trailer over 10,000. Now the dually meets this spec and I checked with the registry truck team guys. If its a TT unit, yeah, class A If its a motorhome or light duty truck towing a trailer for personal things, you're not required to delve into the CDL category but its optional. California does have a non-CDL class A requirement, anyone moving a 5 ton trailer needs a Class A california license.
  2. pafarmer

    pafarmer Senior Member

    Feb 4, 2010
    Land clearing, demo, site prep etc. Ex Pro Motocro
    Somewhere in the woods !

    Tandem with duals would be my advise..........