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Old 03-31-2010, 09:19 PM   #57
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Not so fast.
And it doesn't matter what type of graphics you have on the side. Don't most RV's come with manufacturer's graphics? Are you driving commercially for them. It could become a very deep subject.
Wayne,

The company that comes in to our facility to do shop tool calibration uses a modified Class A with their company name, logos, colors, etc. emblazoned down the sides. Ditto the guys that do the radiological testing and the ones who rework the surface tables. These are commercial graphics advertising their businesses - it's pretty clear that they are in commercial service and are fair game for the LEOs as such.

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I got a speeding ticket near our home in TX while driving our 38' DutchStar DP that has a GVWR of 27.4k Lbs. The county mounty didn't say a thing to me about only having a class C TX license.

But, since reading this thread, I'm now planning to get my class B.

I had 3 bicycles on a receiver hitch bike rack, and he warned me that my license plate wasn't visible. Since this was a local stretch of road that we do this on all the time, I went home moved the plate and lites to a much higher(abby normal) location so as not to risk a future ticket. I also turn on the exhaust brake when going down that steep hill.
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