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    When one van isnt enough..

    I kid you not, this is what is being towed behind the van of a local exterminator with the words "Trailer in Tow" spray-painted on the back of it.

    How can you be taken seriously by pulling up to somone's house with this?
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    um...does it have plates like a trailer? I would think he has gotten pulled over countless times over that thing.

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    next tim ei go past there, i'm gonna take a picture of the whole rig. You guys really need to see it.
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    That chevy has bit the dust. I would love to see the whole thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    That chevy has bit the dust. I would love to see the whole thing.
    It took a while but i was able to find that guy again. He's a landscaper and keeps the big lawnmower (amongst other things) in the towed van.
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    SWEET JESUS!!!
    This isn't real. That would never fly out hear MTO would have a field day with it.
    It is Dangerous first and a eye sore second.

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    it's different in the US of A. almost anything goes down there. almost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    it's different in the US of A. almost anything goes down there. almost.
    If you think it's anything goes now, just wait until the USA is annexed by Mexico.

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    That is recycling! With no engine, the question is what the definition of a trailer is in the local jurisdiction. I see old truck beds converted to trailers, but with a single axle in the rear
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridgitator View Post
    That is recycling! With no engine, the question is what the definition of a trailer is in the local jurisdiction. I see old truck beds converted to trailers, but with a single axle in the rear
    It is just an enclosed trailer...
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    "I fired the other guy yesterday, We always took both vans to every job."
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    That just may be legal,the rear van has no motor.I see UPS do it!

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    I wonder what the law is for that. Living in NJ I thought to myself, if that guys lived here that would never fly. THen to see he is in Edison shocked me. Interesting to say the least.
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