Travel trailers, 5th wheels and motor homes generally max out at 102 inches in width or 8 1/2 feet.
About 13 states allow the width of the RV to max out at 102 inches (8 1/2 feet) while some other states have a maximum of just 8 feet. US interstates recently changed from 8 feet to 8 1/2 feet.
Here are 10 examples of RVs and their widths
- Jayco Eagle travel trailer- 96 Inches
- Grand Design Solitude 5th Wheel – 101 inches
- Forest River Berkshire motor home – 100 inches
- Forest River Cherokee Destination travel trailer – 97 inches
- Newmar Mountain Aire motorcoach – 101.5 inches
- Highland Ridge Open Range travel trailer – 100 inches
- Airstream Classis travel trailer – 102.5 inches
- Heartland Cyclone toy hauler – 102 inches
- Holiday Rambler Endeavor 38 W motorcoach – 102 inches
- Prime Time Manufacturing Crusader 5th wheel – 96 inches
How wide is the average toy hauler?
Toy haulers average 102 inches ( 8 1/2) in width with some also right at the 96 inches (8 feet) in width.
What is the widest trailer allowed on the road?
The widest travel trailer allowed on the road is either 8 1/2 feet or 8 feet. Some state roads allow a maximum of 8 1/2 but there are still some state that only allow a max of 8 feet.
Interstate or federally controlled roads and highways allow up to 8 1/2 feet.
What size RV fits in a parking space?
Hardly any RV will fit in a parking space, maybe a teardrop travel trailer You most definitely take up 7-10 parking spaces. About RVing has a nice article to help you figure out how many parking spaces you’ll need to park comfortably.
What is the largest size RV allowed in national parks?
27-feet is the average permitted size in most national parks, but some parks can accommodate up to 40 feet. Camper Report has an excellent article on the ideal RV length for our National Parks.