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Old 08-22-2015, 07:53 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by tim myers View Post

On the way to get the oil changed I think to my self, Self? If you got pulled over would the Ohio LEO's consider that bottle of wine to fall under the Open Flask Laws?
That would depend on the type of law enforcement officer. I don't think a dog catcher or building inspector would hassle you but a copper might.

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As long as the open container cannot be reached by the driver or passenger and is in the house part of the coach, you are good to go.

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I don't usually think much about it, We take side trips in our Expedition, where we tent camp at times. I will usually have an open bottle of Vodka in the back of the rig. I don't think most LEO's are going to say much, as long as there is no evidence it is being accessed while the vehicle is in operation.

Did see a short bus that was set up for bar hopping in Big Fork Montana a few weeks ago.

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