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Old 03-04-2007, 04:05 PM   #1
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The stte of Maryland's DMV website it useless - does anyone know for sure if you need a plate on a tow dolly?
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The stte of Maryland's DMV website it useless - does anyone know for sure if you need a plate on a tow dolly?
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Yes you do "if" it's over 100,000 lbs.
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Thanks Steve - guess I need to get a tage so I can tow my PREVOST with my Sidekick.
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Thinking of the Dolly so I can use it now with the sidekick and switch to the Titan with the new MH - it gets expensive outfitting more than one vehicle to pull 4 down. can get a good dolly for under $700
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