Only if you're transporting is as a third party carrier. Recreational vehicles are exempt from CDL requirements. However, your state may have additional requirements for non-CDL vehicles in excess of 26,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating/Gross Combination Weight Rating. You need to inquire with the DMV in your home state about this.
Yes, a fifth wheel camper can be towed by a tractor trailer. However, you might need to lower the air bags of the tractor trailer (or simply adjust them so they're lower when they're inflated) to accommodate the camper.
A small single axle trailer does not need brakes but be aware that your vehicle will have to stop the vehicle plus the trailer, so allow more stopping distance. A double axle trailer needs trailer brakes if you are carrying a heavy load of any kind at all.
Yes, but not far or very fast. You need appropriate gearing, brakes, suspension, and vehicle weight to pull a trailer safely over any distance.
Yes. Anything with wheels on the road needs a license plate, even a boat trailer or a flat-bed trailer.
Well, it's the weight rating of the trailer which actually determines this. 3000 lbs. weight rating and up, you do.
By looking at your budget and costs of living currently. Then seeing how much you would save in the long run, after cutting current expenses out that the camper is does not need.
If you want trailer brakes you need a brake controller.
You need to buy an adapter harness. Do not cut into your wiring harness.
The benefits of a camper trailer is you can go any where and not worry about having to pay for a motel. You can go sight seeing and find a nice spot on the side of the road and just park for the night having everything you will need and not being stuck in the seat or a car
i think that in some states it is illegal not to have one, but im pretty sure that if your car's brakes are good enough, you won't need one. but, it is terrible for your car's brakes if you dont have one and you are hauling a trailor. If the trailer has electric brakes - YES. Otherwise, no.
you do not need the extra 7 pin if your not running electri brakes