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Old 06-09-2009, 06:29 PM   #1
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Weigh Station Requirements

We are going to take our maiden voyage shortly and I was wondering if I have to stop at any weigh stations I come across. We are in a 2000 National Sea Breeze if that helps.
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Hi new guy,
Welcome to iRV2. You do not need to stop at weigh stations. They are for commercial vehicles only.
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Gary is correct.

However, Maryland has signs that state "All vehicles over 5 tons must enter weigh station"

BUT, RV's do not have to get weighed. We all just drive by.
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