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Size Limits: Height, 13'.5"; Width, 8'.6" (on certain federal road systems); Trailer length, 40'; Motorhome length, 45'' Combined length, 65'. Triple towing is not allowed. Required Equipment: Safety chain, breakaway switch, fire extinguisher in RV, flares or reflective signs, brakes on gross weight towed vehicle or trailer of 3,000 pounds or more.
No. Effective March 4, 2002, the State of Ohio passed the Cross-County Titling law, (S.B. 59). This allows Ohio residents to obtain a title in any county regardless of where they reside. ... A Certificate of Title is not required on any Utility Trailer weighing less than 4,000 pounds.
Step 7. Send the application, documentation and fee to the address listed on the application. Your approval should come in the mail. Tip. Most manufacturer licenses are also distributor licenses, but you aren't required to select both parts of the license when you fill it out if you won't be engaging in both activities. Warning.
Travel Trailers All travel and flat-bed travel trailers must hold a valid Ohio title and registration to traverse public roads. Owners can secure the necessary documents from county-level title and Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices. Owners of campers or motor homes must buy a travel trailer title. A motor home is considered a self-propelled vehicle.
Lots of semi trailers don't have fenders. A few, mainly tankers, do. If you're really worried about it, call the local gendarmes. They'll be writing the ticket. If they say it must have fenders, ask for the section of the law that specifies it - that will have to be written on the ticket.