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Old 08-20-2010, 04:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Trailer impounded need someone with a class A in Pomona ca area!!

My dump trailer was impounded this morning since I don't have a class a license so I need someone with a class a to pick the trailer up with me today!! Please help!! Call at 760-8037697. Thanks
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Old 08-24-2010, 04:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What kind of law does cali have that makes you need a class A license to run a dump trailer? or was it not for a pickup?
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Old 08-24-2010, 09:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The revenuers are out in Cali

It is my understanding that you are required to have a CDL to pull a trailer rated at 10,000 pounds or heavier in California. I know that is hard to believe, but a friend of mine is a trailer manufacturer and he has to under rate his trailer capacity at 9900 pounds to get around that law. He uses 2 5200 pound axles......his trailers are rated at 10,400 in all other states. Crazy huh?
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Old 08-24-2010, 10:23 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I too have heard 10,000+ = CDL. Good luck getting around their nanny-state politicking. My semi doesn't register to run in CA because our reefer is not emissions compliant only in CA. It's absolute BS. I have a class A but I live in Minneapolis. Sorry
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after you get your trailer back, move out of commi-fornia.....i'd help but I'm in Texas...
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Michigan the same way...10k gcvw
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Michigan the same way...10k gcvw
10,000 gcvw? Some half tons hauling a trailer would fall into this category. Or do you mean 10,000 GVWR of the trailer?
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Gross combined. Dont have to have cdl just chauffers and dot #'s and medical card
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Wow, that's a strange set of rules! I know Texas makes everyone have their trailer go through inspection just like the big rigs. Every state is different. Just make sure you know the rules in yours!
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Wow, that's a strange set of rules! I know Texas makes everyone have their trailer go through inspection just like the big rigs. Every state is different. Just make sure you know the rules in yours!
Where did you hear that? There is no such rule/law here......the only trailers that have to be inspected are commercial trailers that weigh over 4500lbs empty.
A dump trailer rated at 10k GVWR will NOT weigh 4500 empty, and therefore would not need inspecting....
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