Hazardous to your health
TURN YOUR TANKS OFF WHILE TRAVELING
If your refrigerator is full and operating properly at the right temperature, You can easily travel 400 to 500 miles on a hot day without any depreciable loss of cooling with the tanks are turned off. Take a look at your future as you leave your tanks on.
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These RV's were traveling with their tanks on. Did the people get out in time? Maybe yes, maybe no. I don't really know. What I do know is that I travel with my tanks off. I don't want to endanger other people or myself. Need we say more? Here is a tip from the refrigeration industry. If your refrigerator and freezer are full they will stay cold longer. Use crumpled newspapers or towels to fill in spaces.
RV Road Laws
Size Limitations: Height, 13'6"; Width, 8'6" (there are some exceptions or restrictions to this); Trailer length, not stated but not to exceed total combined length of 65'; Motorhome length, 40'; Combined length, 65'. Required Equipment: Safety chain, brakes on trailer over 1,000 pounds unladen, 3,000 pounds laden. Lights/wipers must be on during required conditions. Triple towing is not allowed. Riding is permitted in fifth wheel, travel trailer and pickup camper. Overnight parking in state rest areas is "as posted". Motorhomes and trailers are NOT permitted on the Taconic State Parkway. Trailers are not permitted on most parkways. LP gas is prohibited between Manhattan and Jersey City in the Holland Tunnel. Between Manhattan and Fort Lee, New Jersey lower level of the George Washington Bridge (I-95 South) and the George Washington Bridge Expressway between Manhattan and Weehawken, New Jersey: Lincoln Tunnel. LP gas is prohibited between Manhattan and Brooklyn on the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and between Manhattan and Queens on the Queens Midtown Tunnel.