Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month we’ve got questions on car trailers, RV storage and staying warm. Remember to send your RVing questions to . Hello Mark, I have a few questions regarding towing an enclosed car hauler with a 40-foot motorhome. 1) Are there state laws that would prohibit it? Maybe length or license specialization? 2) How accessible are most campgrounds when you have the trailer, mot orhome and the car out that was being towed? Will we run into logistical issues while traveling and booking campsites to accommodate them? 3) Pros or cons for this type of towing vs. flat towing a vehicle? Thanks, Chuck Photo: Greg Reese/Pixabay Hi Chuck, Most states have length restrictions, usually in the 65- to 70-foot range for max combined length, so you need to be aware of that. If you want to travel without worries, I’d suggest staying under 65 feet. Some states do have special license requirements, but that is usually triggered by the gross weight of the tow vehicle. If you are properly licensed in the state that you’re domiciled or registered in, you can generally use that license to lawfully drive in other states that you visit. AAA publishes a state-by-state breakdown of towing laws . You also can get an overview of RV-related laws on page 10 of the Good Sam Campground and Coupon Guide . Some folks may disagree, but in general, if you choose to carry your car in or on a trailer, […]