Does Tenn require trailers to have a license plates ( tags ), not a big trailer but something to pull behind the Wing.
Wrong answer. Tennessee does NOT require a tag for a utility trailer:Yes, but if you live in a state that doesn't require a tag, then the law of that state apply when you're traveling.
So how you gonna get from Tenn back to Florida and not have a chance of getting stopped, since you have a Flordia plate on the bike:shrug:The only reason I was asking was on our way to Tenn next week we might buy a trailer, for the wing. Then use it while up there for that week. I could always use the trailer tag thats on my Kendon but I figured why bother if you dont need one. Once back in Florida ( if we buy a trailer ) I can then get a tag for it. I also looked up the tag info for tenn and found the same thing, so either way I'm good. Thanks for all the info . We will be at the Wing Ding on Wednesday and Friday then heading back south on Saturday
I called TN Vehicle Registration a few days ago to ask and they told me that for small trailers and utility trailers you don't need tags unless they are used for commercial purposes. Since I'm leaving for Alaska on Thursday I also called Canada and they told me that they will honor the requirements of the state. (I won't need a tag to enter Canada) I hope that proves to be true when I arrive at the border.