This varies by the type of tractor and trailer. The standard conventional tractor ( conventional is a tractor with a sleeper berth) and trailer length is approx 72 feet from end to end but can vary from as short as 40 feet to as long as 130+ feet.
Depending on the make, the average length of a tractor is 22 feet. A standard trailer is 53 feet. The combined average length of the vehicle is 70 feet.
The average length of a standard tractor trailer is 70 feet in all, the trailer itself being 53 feet in length. Most flatbed trailers are 48 feet long.
Depends on what tractor you put in front but it will be around 75 feet overall length.
In the vicinity of 70 feet. Actual length will vary according to tractor and trailer length.
Could be anywhere from 55 to 80 feet, depending on the length of the power unit.
In the five buroughs, 53' trailers are not permitted.
That depends on the length of the power unit and the weight of the trailer. With a Kenworth W900L with a 265" wheelbase and a 53' stepdeck trailer, I had an overall length of 77 feet. With a Volvo VNL730 and a 48' flatbed or stepdeck trailer, I was right at about 67 or 68 feet. Heavy haul combinations can be significantly longer, but 65 to 78 feet would be about the norm for an over-the-road regional or line haul tractor pulling a single trailer.
The tractor weighs 20,000 pounds, the trailer weighs whatever it weighs, and the maximum weight of a loaded tractor trailer with one trailer is 80,000 pounds.
Depends on the length of the trailer being pulled , can range anywhere from a 20 foot trailer to a 40foot trailer to an extenable one reaching 70 foot . Normal length is about 53 foot including the tractor unit .