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Old 11-08-2016, 08:09 PM   #531
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I did get pulled over in South Dakota for still having it yellow,
Whoa what the hell??? Since when are used buses not allowed? I think I'll want to keep mine yellow with lights and all.
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Old 11-08-2016, 09:12 PM   #532
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Whoa what the hell??? Since when are used buses not allowed? I think I'll want to keep mine yellow with lights and all.
some states you cant do it... many states require a bus no longer used for active school transport to be painted other than National school bus yellow... other states require the lights painted over or completely removed...

I think when it looks like a school bus virgin you have less likilyhood of getting stopped.. but having chimneys out the roof, or curtains on windows, windows covered etc.. tips off police that its no longer an active school bus.. and they stop you..

many of us drove busses across the country when they were bought because they totally blended in.. with no conversion being done other than the school name is usually sprayed over by most school systems before selling a bus.. thats a tip-off but only noticeable from the side...
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I'm looking at doing a floating floor as well. Could I just lay down that insulation with the foil stuff on it facing up and install the vinyl ank right on top of that? What kind of gap did you leave on the perimeter?
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The floor is floating.
I'm looking at doing a floating floor as well. Could I just lay down that insulation with the foil stuff on it facing up and install the vinyl ank right on top of that? What kind of gap did you leave on the perimeter?
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