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Interest in RV travel has skyrocketed in Ontario and across Canada. It’s easy to see why: RVs are an amazing, affordable and safe alternative to air travel.

From where to rent, where to camp and what routes to travel, here are our top tips and resources to get you started. Whether it’s a short or long trip, we’ll help you get on the road.

If you’re ready to buy an RV or start exploring the option, Go RVing Canada offers a list of dealers throughout the province of Ontario. You can also visit the Ontario RV Dealers Association (ORVDA) for upcoming RV shows. Visit Canada’s RV buying and selling marketplace at

In most cases, all you need is a standard Ontario Class G license. Ontario residents can tow and operate RVs with a full G license as long as:

Used trailer sales

Further north, in Canada, federal legislation authorizes the circulation of cargo units up to 62.5 tons and 27.5 meters long; however, on local roads, the governments of eight of its 10 provinces allow the transit of the bitren, which carry 63.5 tons on eight axles.

In addition, in the province of Quebec, under a special permit and after undergoing operator training, the use of a 53-foot double-trailer tractor-trailer, a total of 40 meters long and with a capacity of 67.5 tons, is accepted.

Brazil proves to be an exceptional case, in addition to the fact that its experience with double trailers dates back to 2006, when the National Traffic Council established a special permit for bi-articulated configurations with a total gross weight of up to 74 tons and a maximum length of 30 meters, the country’s timber industry has achieved authorization for units of up to 91 tons, which can only travel up to 60 km/h.

In Argentina, since 2018, the National Traffic Law authorized the circulation of bitren -until then only allowed in the province of San Luis- of up to 20.50 meters and 60 tons. Those exceeding those measures (22.40 to 25.50 m), in addition to only transiting through corridors enabled by the National Roads Authority, must request a permit and may weigh a maximum of 75 tons.

Used car trailers

Before renting your Motorhome, ask about our special offers. At specific times there are new C25, C30 and C19 vehicles to be distributed from Chicago and Toronto to San Francisco, Calgary and Seattle and are offered with no return charge in these cities and with 320 kilometers or 200 mils per day.

A traditional camper with the features you expect, including a power generator in the U.S.A. This economical family unit is a traditional favorite for those who want the comfort and peace of mind of the ride.

– Ford V-8 Chassis Engine – Automatic Transmission – 2-Wheel Drive – Power Brakes – Power Steering – In Dash Air Conditioning – Cruise Control – Dual Rear Tires – Stereo Sound System – Electric Generator (US Only) – 55-Gallon Fuel Tank – 9. 5-Gallon LP Gas Tank – 37-Gallon Fresh Water Tank – 6-Gallon Water Heater Tank – 22-Gallon Sewage Water Tank – 16-Gallon Grey Water Tank – LP Gas/Electric Refrigerator – 3 LP Gas Cooktop Burners – 110-Volt Microwave Oven – LP Gas/12-Volt Furnace – Shower – Fresh Water Toilet – 110-Volt Roof Air Conditioner

Dry box sales in the U.S.

With two box trailers and an owner operator, Con-way Truckload has become a world-class carrier owning more than 2,600 tractor-trailers and more than 8,000 box trailers.

Agreement, i.e. tractor-trailers, trucks with a maximum authorized weight of more than 3.5 tons, passenger car derivatives, vans and trucks with an authorized weight of less than 3.5 tons, buses, coaches, trailers and semi-trailers.

vehicles identified by the Agreement, i.e. tractor units, lorries with a maximum authorised weight above 3.5 tonnes, car-based vehicles, vans and lorries with an authorised weight below 3.5 tonnes, buses, coaches, trailers and semi-trailers.

To this end, the Convention distinguishes between six categories of vehicles: (A) Tractors and trucks over 30 tonnes; (B) Trucks from 12 to 30 tonnes; (C) Trucks from 3.5 to 12 tonnes; (D) Passenger cars, vans and trucks up to 3.5 tonnes; (E) Buses and coaches; (F) Trailers and semi-trailers.

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