If the GVW of those trailers exceeds 10,000 lbs. and the GCW of the entire combination exceeds 26,000 lbs., yes. A current production one ton truck typically has a GVW of around 13,000 lbs. So any RV trailer with a GVW in excess of 13,000 lbs. will require a CDL when being hauled on a commerce basis.
There are different places to rent moving trailers. You can use place like Home Depot, U-Haul, or Penske Truck Rental. The price will depend on how long you will need the vehicle.
In general, boats with a beam over 8'6" will require a permit, but are still considered 'trailerable'. Around twenty five feet or so, boat trailers are no longer an option and the boat will need to be placed on a truck for transportation.
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I have a lot of stuff I need to haul back and forth and in and out of town quite often. What kinds of cargo trailers will best suit my needs?
Home depot does not rent trailers. However, I do know for certain that u-haul will lend you a trailer for a very reasonable price. They have a wide selection for everything you need.
If I am thinking what you are thinking which is like a U-Haul truck the answer is no. All you need is a drivers license that is valid and you need to be insured that's it.
Yes, you do need a special license for long-haul trucking. Long haul truck drivers also need be clear of DUI convictions in the last 5 years and will need to pass a DOT physical and drug screening.
Because there was a demand, and a need, for a vehicle to haul things with.
No. U-Haul doesn't rent out trucks higher than Class 6, which have a GVWR under the weight requirements for a CDL.
Dump trucks are used mostly to haul neighborhood trash to dump sites. Depending on if you need to haul things such as garden waste or scrap metal, it might not be necessary. Instead of getting a dump truck, you can rent a pickup truck and/or a trailer.
to have a truck hauled? you will need an estimate from the company. http://www.bigrigtowing.com/
Special tow trucks are called in to haul larger vehicles.