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Old 12-09-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Re: CDL

Where do you live?

When I bought my bus I just drove it home and took back roads, I only had to go about 20 miles never seen any cops.

Once home I took the title to the local place that does titles and plates I had them title it as a RV and ordered RV plates, been driving it since with no questions asked, I never stop for any weight stations or inspection stations unless you see all traffic or others cars stopping like a the check point as you enter CA from AZ but that is a agricultural inspection....

Now if I bought another and had to drive it further I would just put my RV plates on it and drive it home, if stopped tell the cop I just bought it and show him all the paper work and proof of insurance and see what happen.
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Old 12-09-2009, 06:46 PM   #2
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OH forgot to add if you do like me and go on the darkside to get it home dont dress like one of the cops favorite profiles like a gangsta rapper or a hard core hippy with your pot leaf T shirt on dress like a hard working honest person, work shirt, jeans, work boots, no offense to anybody lol but just ask any cop you know who is most likely to avoid being stopped or get a ticket...
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Old 12-09-2009, 10:06 PM   #3
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Re: CDL

Different states have different licensing rules & regs... Can't answer your question with any accuracy without knowing where you are located??
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Re: CDL

I can tell you that once you have RV plates you do not need a CDL. Period. Now some states do require non-commercial endorsements for certain weights, combinations, or air brakes. This you will have to research on your own.
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Without a driver's license and permanent address in another state I don't think you're going to be registering it anywhere but Vermont.
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