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Old 08-17-2010, 10:42 PM
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Yes! They sure do! Thank you for mentioning that.
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Old 09-23-2010, 12:19 PM
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On the F350, I know the GVWR is over 10K on those trucks, as we have one in our company. If its registered to your company and you cross state lines you will be subject to DOT regulations. If they pull you ovr across state lines and its registered as a business vehicle (or commercial) you will be cited for not having DOT numbers as well as anything else required to be commercial. They may even put you out-of-service, if they find too many things wrong. If you stay in state, and your state doesn't require it, then don't worry. Here in Georgia, anyone who is over 10K (truck or combined) have to abide by all regulations unless they are a recreational vehicle or farm vehicle.
What if it is not registered to a company?

I am not aware of any personal exemption on a federal level.
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Old 09-23-2010, 03:10 PM
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It depends what you are hauling. If your towing campers, boats, atvs, etc then no you do not need to be DOT registered. if you are hauling construction or landscape equipment, it depends on the state. You may have to prove that it is for personal use. I would say you would have to be DOT registered. Kind of a gray area. I make sure to have the marked vehicle if I'm picking up something across the state line. Better to be safe
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Old 09-23-2010, 11:02 PM
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so i just heard somethin about kentucky state police are gettin ready to start seting up road blocks to check us all and somethin about a checklist of all kinds of crap, and something about gas cans bein a hazardous material , anybody else delt with any of this? and also what about auditing? anybody had it done a lawn care was audited for 4 hours and got all kinds of fines over it for not writing down hours
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