Once again, there is confusion about WHY the laws are what they are. Your rig does not know or care who ownes what is on it when you have an accident. The laws are there for everyone's safety. Based on what we know about experience, my thinking is that a "farmer" with farmer tags to skirt the laws is more dangerous than a seasoned veteran truck driver hauling for hire. If your rig weights is over 10,000 LBS, you are required by law to have a DOT number. It is a way for us to track legal versus illegal hauls. It has nothing to do with the fact that you may be hauling your own toys to a show, or going to pick up the next project. It has nothing to do with who ownes the load. Those laws are to collect taxes and protect us from 911 issues.
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