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Old 09-02-2014, 08:24 AM   #29
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A few beers or some wine dont affect my
driving much so I just sip em while driving until
empty. Any loss of reaction time is fully
compensated by dw's screams.
A long time ago my buddies measured trips in "how many can ride" it was. Glad those days are over. The world is a safer place now
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And how would anyone know about whats in the fridge? Don't you folks have laws about illegal search?
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I would google your State you are concerned with open container law, KS allows it by statute attached for motorhome and buses.

KSA 8-1599: Transportation of liquor in opened containers unlawful; exceptions; penalty; report of prior convictions; city or county not prohibited from enacting comparable ordinance or resolution, requirements.
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Here is another link with more information on other states exceptions.


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Hello Again! Thanks for the clarifications on this matter, one thing that got my attention while reading this was that if an officer wants to search the MH he cannot do it without a search warrant?? Is this correct? That is good to know!!! Thanks Again!!
A search can be done without a warrant depending on what is in open view.
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Once I tell them about the guns liquor becomes inconsequential.
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A search can be done without a warrant depending on what is in open view.
That's why it may be a good idea to keep the coach door closed and speak with the officer through the drivers window. Opening the coach door could be construed as an invitation to enter your premises. JMHO
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In California, no open alcohol/no drinking alcohol in the driver's compartment of an RV...meaning the driver and front passenger seat compartment... behind those seat backs, passengers 21 yrs and older can imbibe while the vehicle is being driven. Storage of opened containers in cabinets or fridge are legal. CVC 23225(c) & 23226(c) exempt "living quarters of a house car or camper" No drinking nor open containers in private passenger vehicles, except in a trunk or some other way to be contained from driver/passenger reach. Privately owned/operated limo's have the same rules. In limo's for hire and under PUC regulation (Public Utility Commission) passengers (21 yrs of age and older) to the rear of the driver are allowed to drink alcoholic beverages. Laws regarding alcoholic beverages in vehicles can be found: Calif Veh Code sections 23220-23229
That is my understanding as well. But than again Ca. Is not a DRY state.

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Who in their right mind would live in a dry state
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