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    Re: Drop this section?

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric
    To all -

    This section's been pretty dead for more than a couple of months now. It was created at the request of a member who seems to have lost interest - and I am considering dropping it or changing it to another subject.

    Does anyone have any requests?
    I reckon drop it or merge with the classic section and rename

    Rex
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    Re: Drop this section?

    Does anyone have any requests?

    I would like to see a "dumb questions" section! Often, people have a dumb question that they would still like an answer to. Without such a section, they might be afraid to ask!

    An example:

    I once asked in the RV Forum on Compuserve if it was legal in CA to drive a 11,500 LB RV over a bridge that had the sign "no trucks over 6,000 lbs".

    Wasn't that a dumb question? But guess what the answer is!


    -Dummy Don

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    DonTom
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    Re: Drop this section?

    Because you have to assume that there is a similar sign at both ends of the bridge, but if two 6,000 trucks both approached the bridge at once, they would both be legal on it at the same time.

    But you can say the same for two 11,500 lb RV's.

    But you're correct. In the Calif. Vehicle code, my RV is NOT a truck. A truck is clearly defined as having more than two axles and other things. A RV can go 70 MPH on freeways that have a truck & towing speed limit of 55.

    -Don-

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