Thursday, December 1, 2022


Video: Motorhome tows two trailers, stretches 122 feet!


How would like to drive this Powerhouse Coach motorhome down the highway — towing a trailer plus a boat — 122 feet long altogether? The four-slide coach is 52 feet long all by itself, and in this case it effortlessly tows a 38,000-pound cargo trailer, and then a boat behind that. The three-vehicle hookup is pretty darn close to half a football field long. Amazing!


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Dr4Film ----- Richard
6 years ago

The owner most likely has a CDL and applies for special road permits for any states and highways where he plans to travel.

Mark R.
6 years ago

No way this is legal. I drove doubles for 15 years. Not to mention where do you park such a thing legally?

6 years ago

Is this even legal. I would think it is way too long to be legal

6 years ago
Reply to  Will

According to Woodallls, for Idaho, its not legal. IDAHO: Maximum RV width 102 in.; maximum motorhome length 45 ft.; maximum trailer length 48 ft.; maximum RV height 14 ft.; maximum combined length for two- or three-vehicle combination 75 ft. Riding is allowed in truck campers. Overnight parking in rest areas is permitted where posted. RV Safety Requirements: Over 1,500 lbs.: trailer brakes, breakaway switch and safety chains. Driving Laws: Right turn on red is allowed unless posted otherwise. More Information: Idaho Transportation Department, P.O. Box 7129, Boise ID 82707-1129. Emergency number: *ISP or *477 on cellular phones.

Dwight N.
6 years ago

Can this be driven as shown in all States?

Laura P Schulman
6 years ago

…..but why….?

Mountain Man
6 years ago

Too bad he is limited to which states he can drive it in, not to mention having to plan far ahead for roads that he travels.

Ron Gardner
6 years ago

When I worked at Idaho Tourism, I arranged a “press trip” or visit to Idaho for a group of folks who write about the RV industry and produce TV shows about RV’ing. We visited Doug’s business and he took us for a ride. I think one of the TV crews, from Canada, later bought an RV from Doug for their travels around North America. Great to come across this video on Chuck Woodbury’s newsletter!!

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