as far as i know on a big truck doubbles are leagle west of the missippi river, i personally dont know about east of it, but im assuming they are there too, some states even allow tripples, for little trucks, [ pickups] in nm doubbles are leagle IF the first trailer is a fifth wheel hitch,ie a rv trailer with a small boat, 4 wheeler ect behind it, first trailer must not be a gooseneck or tag along, although the mexican car wholesalers hook as many as 3 towbars to the same car and dont seem to get bothered, states may varry on this for smaller trucks and of course if over 10,000 a cdl is strongly advised to avoid trouble with the man, who's rules are open to inturpretation by the individual cop
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