Fifth Wheel Trailer Law in Texas?

Answer A fifth wheel is a travel camper that hitches to the pickup from a coupler in the bed of the pickup. Fifth wheels in Texas cannot be over 400 square feet. Texas has laws regarding towing fifth wheels.

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How to Wire a Fifth Wheel Trailer?

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