PA is not bad at all.I am Eq. Mgr for a fleet outside philly.you can run 26k on truck and 10k on trailer with no cdl.But in pa trailers over 10k your tk has to be combition for both trailer and truck.make sure lights and brakes work and break away box is working.tags and insurance is good.I work closey with all the dot cops in the area that is how I stay up todate. on regs.
Re: Three-state haul in reply to johndeereman2cyl, 03-01-2012 03:24:21
Can you run both the combination of a flatbed truck at or under 26K plus a 10K and still be without a CDL? I know you can do one or the other fine, but I thought that once your rig/combination crosses that magical 26K number you must have a cdl.
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