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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by man4054, May 29, 2010.
the lights are attached to the plow....
He obviously means amber warning lights, not headlights. If you plow commercial lots it should be a requirement that you have some sort of warning lights.
well there is obviously warning lights on all the trucks but 1...and no that is not a requirement at least not in maryland
It's not required here legally but I have a few accounts where the property owners require it. Also, when I plowed as a sub in the past it was also a requirement. Theres too many dumba** people who dont look before they drive and in the snow they seem to get even worse, I'd rather my trucks be visible then be hit.
Cloud9Landscapes - if you did snow, you'd understand why we use them.
Have you ever heard of snow plowing? I also like to have them if we are working on a busy road, it never HURTS to have them.
....By the way I don't have lights on my trucks...yet
Where is your company in North Jersey??
I was referring to regular LCO's and not plow operators. Plow operators I can understand. I haven't even seen a snowplow in years where I live, they keep one at the CalTrans yard to scrape mud off the canyon roads.
nice pics i like em
Order of upload: Yorkshire Landscaping, and Gerard Casey& Son Landscaping
Thats gotta be nice owning your own "tow truck/ flat bed!" At first i thought you were crazy! A landscaper w/ a tow truck but thats NICE!