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Re: Farm Vehicle Exemptions[MAP21]

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04-28-2013 23:37:00

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I am not worried about most farmers, its the inexperienced person that never driven anything bigger than a mini van that is legal to haul 88000# legally.They at least need a chaffers license with airbake endorsement.They can probably talk or text also as they are exempt.In the fall here you see more than a few with tandems in ditch and new trailers with damage to sides all from inexperience.Just my opinion as I am going to probably not keep my CDL or med card as it is not required but then again they might change it back so I probably wont.

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04-29-2013 06:12:15

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 Re: Farm Vehicle Exemptions[MAP21] in reply to larryanderson, 04-28-2013 23:37:00  
So you are happy-OK then with Grandpaw John or Aunt Mabel who always drove Olds & Buicks for 50-60yrs now getting in their 40ft.$300,000 MH pulling their 30ft.boat or Dingy and driving 60-80MPH down the Interstate passing everyone in sight.

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04-29-2013 10:35:36

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 Re: Farm Vehicle Exemptions[MAP21] in reply to massey 333, 04-29-2013 06:12:15  
No I think that might even be worse.But they are also legal in an 18 wheeler hauling farm related items.

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