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Re: Newest Toy Hauler

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02-11-2012 14:08:48

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This is what I use to haul my toys. It's a Freightliner FL70 with a C series Cummins and air ride/air brakes. I don't farm or haul for hire, so it's licensed as an RV. Plates are $102 per year, unlimited weight and range. Insurance costs $300 per year for full coverage, including hotel stays if broken down (since it's an RV!) It's worth it to me to keep the miles off the pickup, and now I'm safe and legal to haul three heavy tractors.

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welding man

02-11-2012 14:15:48

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 Re: Newest Toy Hauler in reply to toolz, 02-11-2012 14:08:48  
No CDL either, Right? What state are you in Toolz to allow you to license it as an RV? I've been trying to pull that trick for some time but,DMV keeps telling me it has to have living quarters to qualify.

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02-11-2012 18:38:17

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 Re: Newest Toy Hauler in reply to welding man, 02-11-2012 14:15:48  
That's correct- no CDL. I'm in Illinois, and according to the law here, living quarters are required, hence the sleeper. We are required to have 4 out of 6 items in the living quarters, such as bed, sink, shower, toilet, heat, etc. which I do not have. That being said, I asked the DMV if they needed to inspect my truck and their reply was "no, just come and get your plates". I've seen daycab trucks here with RV plates, so they must not be too strict. I will have to add 2 more items if I get inspected, as I have heat and a bed.

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