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hammer55

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  • Birthday 11/11/1956

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  1. mainly because that is why they are pushing electric vehicles, to be so called carbon free, why else, and affordable is neither here nor there, some companies said they will be totally electric by a certain date, with the controlling party telling them this is the rule, no matter how affordable they are, you will never see them made totally without oil, either in manufacturing or usage,
  2. very true, it is a great thought, but quite impossible,
  3. to me, charging a vehicle using the same products they are trying to get away from is a little ludicrous, everything that turns uses oil, from wind mills, to electric driven motors, for me I will use oil till they find a way not to charge with it or create power with out it
  4. I guess if your OK with it, that is your right,
  5. no one said it had to be taken over by the feds, just like the drivers license, the feds also have some control over everything
  6. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...icense-seniorsI do not know if this is a big issue with anyone else but, I like to fish, and could not afford to buy a non resident license in every state I travel to, just in case your interested.
  7. maybe not, that is not all from dmv, but since I took my trailer and car to dmv, and to the chp and had them ok the trailer, and since they sell trailers for this purpose, I will agree to disagree CALIFORNIA Every trailer and semitrailer manufactured after 1940 with a GVW of 6,000 lbs. or more and operated at a speed of 20 mph or more must be equipped with brakes; trailers and semitrailers built after 1966 and with a GVW of 3,000 lbs. or more must have brakes on at least 2 wheels; every trailer or semitrailer built after 1982 and equipped with air brakes must be equipped with brakes on all wheels. Every trailer coach or camp trailer with a GVW of 1,500 lbs. or more must be equipped with brakes on at least 2 wheels. DONE WITH POST
  8. not true, california is 3000, I live here and have checked it out, and tow my smart on a motorcycle trailer the is rated for 3500 lbs, but has a weight limit of 2950, so I guess it is not totally wrong, my smart car weighs 1800 lbs, and the trailer is 600lbs
  9. I have a motorcycle trailer from aluma trailers, it weighs 600 lbs,
  10. well we just traded a forest river product for the Seneca, and I will never buy another forest river product ever, just me
  11. she had a military ID when she was a dependent,
  12. yes, not getting the point, now their not accepting the birth certificate
  13. well they came back to the US when she was a toddler and grew up in Nebraska, and got her license there back when she was 16 with her birth certificate from the Marshall Islands
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