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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by tiedeman, Sep 4, 2003.
Just looked at the foreguess for me. Chance of rain every day through Wed or Thursday next week.
Try Debuck in Flint. They are right off I-69.http://debucksodfarm.com/
I asked that question to the Rep. that was a co-sponsor of the bill. He told me that up to 26,000 was exempt from inspections. He also told me under the law, farm vehicles are allowed to exceed axle limits
Looking 10 times better than when Steve had the truck. Is he getting out of mowing, as I saw more of his equipment and trailer for sale?
Me too...they make it confusing on purpose so we are ignorant of the law and get the fine.. I think i will just have all my trucks inspected anyway. (but skip the trailers)
Small resi guy, how do you get licensed?
He was using it for fert. Said it wasn't worth plating and everything to only be used a few days a season. He upgrades alot. I don't think he is getting out of cutting.
Thanks, the truck is hooked up nice now. All doors are alarmed, motion sensors inside, remote start with gps tracking. Cost $600 but I know when someone walks next to it. If the alarm is set off it calls and texts me and beeps and vibrates the remote.
I don't think you can. You have to get certified and work for a licensed company for 2 years before you can apply for your own or if you own a company you can apply for a license if you have a certified tech on staff.
John(metro) - got your voicemail last night...thanks for the info- looks like i only need to do one of my trucks.
I have more trailers that need inspections than trucks.