ok heres the deal, I'm looking at a deckover gooseneck with a GVW of 14k. Now from what i've read i can only legally tow a trailer with a GVW of 10k with my regular CT drivers license (class 2). Now I've also read that as long as I'm not hauling for profit, (considered an RV) that trailer weight does'nt really matter as long as I don't go over 26k gross. Can anyone confirm this? Do I need a CDL for this, and if so what type? It seems that alot of guys on the PBB are running around with trailers that are this big or larger, but i can't seem to find an answer. I plan to mostly be towing just my CJ but want the option of towing two rigs if need be (which makes a smaller trailer not really an option). From a legal stand point am I worse off to have a trailer thats over the legal GVW but fine for the weight of the load, or a trailer that is loaded over it's GVW? Search is down right now and the CT DMV website is worthless. I wanna get this all sorted out before I order this thing and then find out that i can't tow it anywhere without getting pulled over every two min. thank in advance for any replies.