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Re: MN guys, DOT inspection of farm trailers

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bobs old iron

09-25-2011 09:41:15
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don"t know about your state, here in Colo, unless you have it all equipt to look like a business trailer, they usually dont bother you unless you are hauling a lot heavy stuff, pipe/oil equipt/etc...also if the truck pulling isn"t bigger than 1-ton, can get away with out permits...i haul my tractors to shows/pulls never stop at ports..haven"t been chased down so far...




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10-04-2011 04:28:41
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 Re: MN guys, DOT inspection of farm trailers in reply to bobs old iron, 09-25-2011 09:41:15  
One ton duallys with dual axle flat trailers have become the target for most states, I am sure it will come in CO evenually.
The reason they have become the target is the very reason many people have bought them; trying to skirt DOT laws.
The problem is this. The laws are there to protect others. An overweight rig that may not stop or is dangerous does not know if it has "farm tags" or all DOT permits. So the "bears" are going to be checking to see what is really going on.

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