What is the legal length of a motorhome including a towable? It all depends on where you drive.
In my home province of Ontario, the maximum length of a motorcoach is 12.5 metres or 45 feet 11 inches. The maximum length including towables is 23 metres or a little over 75 feet.
As you can see from the chart above, there are some variables in terms of permitted lengths for each province in Canada.
I imagine it is the same in the United States.
Although I would not expect to be pulled over for being over length, I suspect if we were involved in a motor vehicle accident, the length of the coach could be an issue. Especially if we were towing a longer trailer.
I’m starting to think that I should be towing a car like this one — only 8 feet 10 inches long.