Or. Admin. R. 734-071-0060 - Pickup Truck Allowance

A pickup truck may tow:

(1) A single truck trailer that exceeds 40 feet in length, but does not exceed 53 feet in length if:
(a) The pickup truck is not carrying a load other than the towed vehicle;
(b) The coupling device for the trailer is a ball to socket hitch located above and not behind the tire tread of the rearmost axle of the pickup truck;
(c) The trailer has operating brakes on all wheels; and
(d) The load on the truck-trailer shall not extend past the rear of the trailer by more than five feet; or
(2) Two truck trailers in a tow-away operation if:
(a) The pickup truck is not carrying a load other than the towed vehicle;
(b) The coupling device for the lead trailer is a ball to socket hitch located above and not behind the tire tread of the rearmost axle of the pickup truck; and
(c) The trailers have operating brakes on all wheels.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 734-071-0060
HWD 7-2004, f. 12-28-04, cert. ef. 1-1-05

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 810.050 & 818.200

Stat. Implemented: ORS 810.060

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