I am going to be heading from South Carolina to New Jersey. I understand there are some constraints because of propane(Baltimore tunnel) and someone told me towing a toad on nj turnpike. Can anyone with experience give me the proper highways to take that I will be allowed to travel on? I need to get to toms river area in nj. Any help/ advice is appreciated.
If you stay on 95, you will have no tunnel restrictions until you get immediately south of Baltimore. There you'll have to take I-695 either east or south (it's a loop and I don't recall what the sign says) towards Dundalk/Key Bridge. Follow that over the Key Bridge until you get back to I-95 and go north again.
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I understand (but could be wrong of course) that the law of each state applies to that state you are travelling in. It is one of the only reasons I always deal with having a brake buddy on our lightweight toad. Other than that I wouldn't even notice it is back there and the braking indicator lights almost never show that it is needed or the braking even applies especially since I always have the engine brake on and the brakes apply gradually. It is mainly to satisfy any state that there is a breakaway device in place... otherwise it doesn't really matter or do much.