Monday, January 30, 2023

MENU

RV boo-boos: A motorhome, a trailer, and a boat… What could go wrong?

The group that shared this photo may have shot the image in New Zealand. If so, we hope the practice won’t make its way to the U.S. Yeah, we’ve seen “doubles” with a fifth-wheel in combination, but never doubles trouble behind a motorhome, with everything hooked up with hitch balls.

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by @nz_motorhome_travel_group

Watch out for that propeller when heading into the gas station for a fuel up!

If you’ve seen, witnessed, or had your own “RV boo-boo” moment and have a photo to share with others, let us know. Fill out the form below, and put “boo-boo” on the subject line. Be sure to link your photo with the attachment tool on the form.

Click or drag a file to this area to upload.

Other stories by Russ and Tiña De Maris

##RVT1075

Advertisement/Affiliate

If you value what you learn from RVtravel.com, would you please consider becoming a voluntary subscriber by pledging your support? Every contribution, no matter how modest, helps us serve you better. Thank youLearn more here.

Facebook Groups you might like
RVing with Dogs
RV Tech Tips
RV Advice
Towing Behind a Motorhome
RVing Over 70
. . . and the official RVtravel.com Facebook page

Winterizing your RV this season? Amazon has a wide choice of RV antifreeze.

Comments

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe to comments
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

7 Comments
Newest
Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
William Anderson
3 months ago

Ha! I see this kind of rig all the time on I-25 in New Mexico. Usually going 90+ mph.

Here, as long as the total length of the tow vehicle and trailers is not longer then the maximum vehicle length (45 or 50 feet) and the tow vehicle and trailers are not overloaded, towing two trailers is perfectly legal.

MattD
3 months ago

The yellow line is on the left so it’s right hand driving, can’t be NZ!

manfred manville
3 months ago

If they are driving in New Zealand, that’s not their biggest problem, they are driving on the wrong side of the road.

Larry Lee
3 months ago

It’s a 4 lane divided highway

Larry Lee
3 months ago

They are on a 4 lane divided highway which means they are in the passing lane.

Tom Sikora
3 months ago

I especially like how the boat trailer is hooked up. Hope the car is strapped down.

Wayne Caldwell
3 months ago
Reply to  Tom Sikora

And the canoe carried by the boat.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Every Saturday and Sunday morning. Serving RVers for more than 20 years.