First thing is to be a legal as you can and not worry about it. I'v been hauling antique tractor to pulls for 12 years and only stopped once. As long as you stay on a federal hwy you go under federal law, its when you go so many miles is where you come under state law. We had DOT inspections at a farm show in Pa this past January and no one I know got ticketed for no DOT #. You don't and I repeat don't need a Dot # if your not hauling for money. If your over 26000 you need a class A license and a Med card. NO DOT# and no fuel sticker. I keep all my bill of sales in the truck to show that its my tractors just in case but i'v never been asked. Each DOT officer has a different opinion and I don't beleive knowone has got the gov. to stop all of this bull_______ nad make some rule that is black and white.
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