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Old 04-24-2016, 07:59 AM   #15
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A number of years ago in our slide on camper days, we were traveling in Wyoming. Stopped for lunch in a rest area, & across the road was a State weigh station. A member of our group asked if he could weigh the truck & camper, "sure bring it over". He was overweight, got a summons, & was permitted to move on when the truck conformed to the weight rating. Don't know if I would stop in a State weigh station, unless I was required to do so.
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IMO, if a rig is overweight it's far better to know it and correct it rather than drive it.
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I agree 100% Mel, just seemed like a better way to find out rather that draw attention to the problem over 1,000 miles from home base.
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