Ah - got it.
It is titled and registered as an RV/Motorhome in Florida so anybody can drive it with a normal license, pretty much the same for RVs of most sizes in most states. Now you know why you should drive defensively around all the old folks who are thundering down the highway in their RVs. And I surely fit into the old folks category...With that weight rating you need a CDL licence to drive your truck?
I sent you a message with my email. Might be easier to discuss the details via email.Greg, will you share where you purchased the totes and size, I’m thinking of following your lead on storage.
So, is that max speed independent of loading or is it relative to loading rates?using a cold tire pressure of 95 psi front and rear which was the pressure recommended by GXV for highway driving. The ride is very smooth on the highway at this pressure and I limit the speed to the 65 mph limit for the tires.
Max speed on highway is 65 mph with tire pressure no lower than tire inflation load charts above but max speed would be lower if you reduce tire pressure off highway as shown in the military brochure above, tires still handle the same load at the lower max speeds.So, is that max speed independent of loading or is it relative to loading rates?