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There is no specific RV speed limit. However, some states classify RVs as trucks and require them to follow the posted truck limit. As mentioned before, California is one of the states that requires specific speed limits for RVs. Any vehicle towing a trailer is not to exceed 55 miles per hour.
RVers who value safety typically have no issues with the reduced speed limits while RVing. This is because most RVers know you usually don’t want to exceed 65 miles per hour while RVing. Trailer tires are very different from passenger tires and tend not to handle high speeds efficiently.
RVs that have lost brakes can use runaway truck ramps. They are specifically for those individuals who cannot safely stop their vehicle, regardless of its type. Using a runaway truck ramp is typically the safest option, whether in a passenger vehicle, motorhome, or towing a large fifth wheel. It can help you avoid a dangerous accident.
Adjust for Weather/Road Conditions You must be mindful of the weather and road conditions while RVing. Not only do you have to watch for snow or rain, but also wind. RVs are notorious for having wind gusts blow them from side to side. Slow down and adjust your driving based on the weather and road conditions.
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