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Old 08-03-2015, 01:18 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Hogbus View Post
I agree about RR 620. The cool thing is I live down the street and don't have to get on 620! See you r stayin at La hacienda . That is where we stayed our first night out (other than the driveway) to get a feel for the rig. Nice folks there. We r headed north for a few weeks next month through Dallas on way to NW Ark for some football. Dreading I 35 drive through Dallas constuction. Safe travels. JD
If you can find one of the on ramps the new Chisholm toll way is excellent and lightly used. You don't even have to stop at the toll booths. Take my word on this. Do not go through Dallas using I-35.

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Old 08-04-2015, 08:31 AM   #16
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Tx Inspection

Originally Posted by mikensallyt View Post
Honestly .... this year it changed for vehicles. You get your inspection (no sticker just a receipt) and then you can file for your state registration sticker. Am I wrong? Wouldn't this also cover coaches? The new rules have me baffled. But I'm keeping all my receipts just in case. Arrrgggggghhh
Yes this is true. We bought Our Thor in April and got an inspection receipt and a registration sticker. Same with my car this year. Got it inspected, they scrapped off the old inspection sticker and I got a receipt for this inspection. You need to show the inspection receipt to renew your registration.

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