Trailer towing

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I have a A Z restricted license. Can I tow my 5th wheel trailer with a 3/4 ton truck and tow my boat trailer behind the 5th wheel? Total length would be 68 ft.


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Former Ontario Police Officer. Advice will become less relevant as the time goes by !


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Yes its legal to tow 2 trailers in Ontario (provided it's behind a commercial vehicle, i.e. any pickup. I can't remember the total length allowable without a special permit issued by the MTO. Make sure your truck is plated for the total weight of all trailers and they have yellow stickers. Personal use pickups registered over 6000kg require CVOR, commercial use over 4500kg.


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The total allowable length is 23 metres...if you go over that you will need a permit.
You do not need the yellow sticker on the 5fth wheel trailer, or any camper trailer...that is the exception...


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