From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
RV triple towing is a more common sight today, even though RV towing laws are different from state-to-state. Many campers are willing to take the chance in order to carry more stuff to a favorite vacation spot, even on steep mountain roads in the West.
Although some people call it “double towing,” the more common (and probably appropriate) description is “triple towing” because it refers to one RV towing two trailers. You don’t see people triple towing in the majority of East Coast states. Congestion, narrow highways and just too many people make it a dangerous thing to do.
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