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willie in mn
Info from Rand McNally Motor Carriers' road Atlas.
With some exceptions due to narrow lanes etc, doubles are allowed in all states, on the interstate system & state highways. Access on secondary roads for fuel, service, terminals etc usually limited to 1 mile off the network. Some states allow 5 miles. Farther than that must be broken apart & pulled as singles. In most states trailers not longer than 28 feet each.
Toll roads except Illinois allow double full size & triple 28 footers, but must be broken down at exit gate.
In the case of RV & boat that you mentioned, lead trailer must be fifth wheel/kingpin hitch. Ball hitch such as on goosenecks not allowed.
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