Propane Tanks

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by treeohtree, Nov 5, 2001.

  1. treeohtree

    treeohtree New Member

    I have not yet started the RV lifestyle yet, but have a question,,, I see signs where propane tanks are not allowed in tunnels, etc. and am wondering if they are refering to the tanks on the front of a travel trailer or do they refer to something else?
  2. Vern M

    Vern M New Member

    Propane Tanks

    Not to worry. The restriction is to commerical propane carriers. The only tunnel or detour for RVers, it seems, is the Baltimore interstate tunnel. All others I know of accept RVs with propane tanks with out restriction.

    Vern M.
    The Little House on the Highway (tm)
  3. joy

    joy New Member

    Propane Tanks

    I think a few states require our tanks to be turned off while in transit but that is probably a good idea anyhow.

  4. Mike Dial

    Mike Dial New Member

    Propane Tanks

    A little correction is in order. Although most tunnels in the USA allow campers with propane, there are a few who don't. Tunnels into New York City do not allow it and on the George Washington bridge, you must use the upper roadway. It's always a good idea to check first, it saves a lot of headaches later.

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