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Old 09-11-2014, 03:26 PM   #29
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It's my understanding that if you have a valid license from your State, then it's good for any other State. I found this web site that lists requirements in each State.

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Old 09-11-2014, 03:57 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by Statgeek View Post
Thanks for these tips re comm versus non-comm. guess the non-com B is the ticket for me too. Now if I can just carve out some time to study the test!!

Also--curious--what sort if "triangles" did y'all get? I have seen collapsible traffic cones with reflective surfaces that looked nice. I carry a large/regular cone and put it out when I'm hooking up the toad to help alert passer-by's that i am working in between Rv and toad. But it's large to carry and I'd like a smaller version.

My wife picked up ours at Northern Tools in Garland. I would imagine Harbor Freight carries them or any truck accessories shop. Not expensive and take up little room.

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