Originally Posted by Glenn Baglo
Probably don't want to travel through California where they have a 55 MPH limit for towing.
I have been to California several times and I don't mind traveling 55.
Perhaps they don't want my TDI there either?
Lots of times while in California I would be happy with 55.
Carol H has just completely informed us that BC is very strict with towing and use of almost anything in the car.
Usually the passenger takes care of these duties, but I look every now and then.
If the locals stop very many then they are paying a LOT of attention to what people are doing while they are driving.
Personally I don't text etc, but I do occasionally use Waze and other GPS and other apps that don't distract particularly and are very useful.
All I have heard of towing in BC tends to discourage me from traveling there is all I am saying. I assume tourists are not a very big percentage of the the local income.
No problem from me I just won't go there. Lots to see and do between the Gulf of Mexico and BC. Easy-Pesy.
Carol, you do a pretty good job of informing us about British Columbia. Thanks for the head's up.
As an aside I know the speed limit in California while towing and I have no problem with that either.I never tow over 62 mph anyway.