Motor Carrier Enforcement got me today... He never did say EXACTLY what made him pull me over. But once he had a look at my truck/trailer he found half a dozen things to ticket me for. Not having a bolt through the trailer's ball latch (securing it from popping open) Not having my mower's strapped in (I know I know, I was driving like 1000 ft) Not having commercial plates, therefore an Illegal plate. Not having a Cheuffer's License. One of my trailer lights was broken. These are misdeamenor charges which go on your driving record (points against you) and your criminal record. THANKFULLY he wrote the ticket to my business (no points, no criminal) and only ticketed me for 2 things. Then he impounded my truck (illegal plates) AND trailer (tail light out). I had to unload all of my equipment and wait for my other truck to come get us. So before I can get my truck/trailer back I have to get the commercial plate, cheuffer's license and fix the trailer light. PFfffffffffffffffffffffffffff ANYWAY. what really pissed me off was I was driving my F-250 and pulling a 12' single axle 3500# trailer. He says that to drive this truck/trailer combo I need commercial plates and a cheuffer's license because the total weight is above 10,000 something pounds. I told him I didn't believe that and he pulled out a book and showed me. How can this be????? In michigan you need commericial plates and a cheuffer's license to pull a trailer with your F-250 for business???????? I still don't believe it, anyone got anything that says otherwise?