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Rules That Apply to RVs

Here are some of the common driving laws & rules affecting camping & RVs across Canada:

General rules to be in compliance across Canada (strictest province in brackets):
trailer over 2000 lbs must have safety chains, trailer breaks and breakaway switch (BC), be 3.85 m high (AB), 2.6 m wide, and 2 vehicle length (2 vehicles) under 20 m (NS). You should always wear seatbelts, and have a child safety seat for kids under 50 pounds (Manitoba).

BCABSKMBONQUNBPEINSNFLD

Seatbelts mandatory
YYYYYYYYYY

Childseats for under XX lbs
404040508040404040

Radar detectors, jammers, scanners
YYYNNNNNNN

Right turn on red
YYYYYNYYYY

Overnight parking in rest areas
Y/nNY/NY

Riding in truck campers
yYyyYYy

3 vehicle combinations
NY 20 m
max
23 m
in 5th
Wheel
23 m
in 5th
Wheel
2: 23 m
max
2: 23 m2: 23 m2: 23 m2: 20 m
max
23 m
max

Headlights on all day
YY