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Re: dot florida regulations

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06-01-2014 05:49:49

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REDPOCADOT: please don 't use this forum as an authority on proper load securement just go to FSMCA driver load securement handbook.

Gene Bender: please give a reference for your rule about straps. The only place in the manual that I found a reference to needing chains is for large boulders.

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06-01-2014 19:32:31

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 Re: dot florida regulations in reply to showcrop, 06-01-2014 05:49:49  
All i know is what i have read on this site Interstate roads are different from what i hear. I would also say it appears on the man who stops you but i have seen it posted anything on wheels no straps i always use chains and never been stopped or checked. Local DOT IOWA did tell a friend here in the landscaping business chains and binders but like i said in the past i have read about guys getting fined about straps on this site.

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06-02-2014 03:45:23

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 Re: dot florida regulations in reply to gene bender, 06-01-2014 19:32:31  
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Gene, it's entirely possible they got written up for straps on wheeled vehicles not because the straps were not allowed, but because the straps were full of cuts and holes. Straps are consumables. There is, or was, a guide in the OOS handbook outlining the max cuts a strap could have. I don't know if it's on like or not.

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