Jarod Im at 75.2' with out the swim deck. I have been checked once by the CHP and passed he puled me over because the boat trailer lights came disconnected. Plugged them back in he stepped it off and said have a safe trip.
Not hard at all. In Cali just get the book form the DMV and study, the written test is fairly easy the hard part was the pre inspection for the road test. Not knowing what to expect and what the instructor was looking for made that the hardest part. Lucky for me the guy took pity on my and said just follow the books walk around. They consider it like an 18 wheeler and thats how they give the test.
Bryan, when you went, did you have to bring a truck, or was there one there for you? Did you just bring what you had or did you have to have someone bring it down there for you that already had a license?
226, You bring your rig with out the boat, only the truck and 5er. Since we dont have air brakes they put air brakes down as an exclusion on the DL if you want to add it latter all you need to do to is just take that portion of the physical test it is on the written test though.