Posted by Hadley on March 01, 2012 at 10:09:39 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Three-state haul posted by mkirsch on February 29, 2012 at 06:28:42:
I am from Pa and have been to an official DOT meeting to make sure i was legal. As Johndeereman said you can be under 26,000 with combination plates in pa and be legal, however you must also have a fire extingusher mounted within reach of the driver that is rated a minimum of 5BC. You must also have a set of reflective triangles in the vehicle. You must also have passed a physical and have the medical card filled out by your doctor with you. Also, for any equipment over 10,000lbs you must have it chained from each corner with a minimum of 4 chains and 4 binders. DOT # is only required if you are doing the hauling for income, if it is for personal gain then you are okay. Funny thing is my truck reg. used to be $85/year, then went to the first DOT meeting and found out I was illegal. All I had to do was up to combination plates and send them $405/year and now have semi-annual inspection on truck and I am a legal beagle. No other changes whatsoever! Tell me that is not a money game for the state!!!
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