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Re: Trouble in Kentucky

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D beatty

03-15-2012 10:15:17

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Rustyfarmall I only wrote down what was in the Missouri DMV site.In my opion the states need to get together and set up vehicle laws and CDL requirements that are the same so we can go from state to state and be legal.

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03-15-2012 10:58:33

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 Re: Trouble in Kentucky in reply to D beatty, 03-15-2012 10:15:17  
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No, I wasn't picking on you. I've read the same thing in other places, but I just can't make any sense of it. I also don't understand why the individual states need to set their own rules because the FEDERAL D.O.T. pretty much already has it covered.

Just color me confused!

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d beatty

03-15-2012 11:25:46

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 Re: Trouble in Kentucky in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-15-2012 10:58:33  
rustyfarmall don't fell bad your not the only one alone in being confused.I don't need to worry about CDL I kept mine after I retired after 38 years of driving semi for a common carrier. I did drop the Haz .Mat

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03-15-2012 12:02:48

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 Re: Trouble in Kentucky in reply to d beatty, 03-15-2012 11:25:46  
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Yes, I kept the CDL also, but haven't had a medical card for several years, and now I'm hearing rumors of a new law that basically says if you have a CDL, you WILL have a medical card. I'm sure I could get a card again, but gee whiz, all I want to do is maybe haul a tractor to a show, or maybe attend an auction and bring home a new project. Guess I may as well sell both the dually AND the trailer and get a bicycle.

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d beatty

03-15-2012 15:13:45

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 Re: Trouble in Kentucky in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-15-2012 12:02:48  
Rustyfarmall here in Indiana if you don't get your medical card renewed ever two years they will pull the CDL and you than only have a regular drivers license. I have diabetes and have to renew mine every year. I see my doctor evert three months.

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welding man

03-15-2012 14:29:30

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 Re: Trouble in Kentucky in reply to rustyfarmall, 03-15-2012 12:02:48  
One great thing about living where I do, is all the tractor pulls are on Saturday and the DOT is too lazy to work weekends in the states I travel in. I talked to a DOT guy the other day and he said that was one thing he really liked about his job, he has all the weekends off.

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