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Re: Another D.O.T nighmare

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d beatty

05-05-2012 06:37:34

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Super Trucker you didn't say what you were hauling. I have a brother in law that runs dumps out of Michigan. He says if they are hauling anything that can blow out of the trailer they have to soak it wih water or tarp it.

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super trucker

05-05-2012 07:45:19

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 Re: Another D.O.T nighmare in reply to d beatty, 05-05-2012 06:37:34  
Structural I beams. Mich state legislature clearly states metal products b ecause of there weight size and density does not have to be tarp. Law 257.770 sub 3 part b. I think I have the law on my side . They said it was DUST is why they could make it stick.

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Ralph Bauer

05-05-2012 15:01:11

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 Re: Another D.O.T nighmare in reply to super trucker, 05-05-2012 07:45:19  
Dust? Don't get it! Can you please elaborate?

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super trucker

05-07-2012 03:42:45

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 Re: Another D.O.T nighmare in reply to Ralph Bauer, 05-05-2012 15:01:11  
The officer said DUST could have blown off or out of my container! Not that it did but COULD HAVE! My lawyer had him caught lying on record but the judge would not take action. As we found later the officers wife is a judge in the same court house . This is just a money grab to keep the head nerd from lansing out of the city.

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