What are the dot regulations for trailer lights?

Answer State and federal regulations regarding trailer lights, which is overseen by the Department of Transportation (DOT), address the placement, function, and visibility of trailer lights for passenger ... Read More »

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Travel Trailer Regulations for the US?

Federal law requires taillights, turn signals, brake lights, side marker lights and reflectors on the side and rear of all trailers. Recreational vehicle sizes are unregulated by the federal govern... Read More »

Towable Trailer Regulations for Motorcycles?

Not to be confused with trailers used to transport motorcycles, trailers for motorcycles are hauled by the motorcycle itself. Usually used by touring bikes such as Honda Goldwings, motorcycle trai... Read More »

Commercial Vehicle Trailer Towing Regulations?

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, the interstate highway system throughout America covers around 40,000 miles of road. First designed in the 1950s, this interstate system allows c... Read More »

Regulations for Front Fog Lights?

First the good news. If you drive an SUV, pickup truck or any other type vehicle on which fog lights are preinstalled or you've added them on yourself, there is no federal law prohibiting their pl... Read More »