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Old 04-30-2016, 09:42 PM   #1
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Triples in AL

I know it's illegal in AL. Is it Inforced for RV's
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Why it won't show up in the New Post column?
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:06 PM   #3
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But it does show!
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I wouldn't do it.

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AL and FL it's illegal but I've read on another forum that people traveling in interstate coming or going counted a bunch in one day. And didn't see one pulled over. Anyone from AL can add any input to this thanks
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I live in AL and apparently I am also a dumb azz....




Are we talking about triple axles???
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I live in AL and apparently I am also a dumb azz....




Are we talking about triple axles???
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Just a thought you may never be stopped but be in an accident & your liability automatically is forefront............ as you are starting in violation.


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I travel 120 miles round trip on I-65 5 days a week going to and from work. The last third of my drive each AM has a VERY strong DOT presence. I have seen a few people pass the AL DOT officers while tandem towing and have not ever witnessed the 'perpetrators' getting pulled over or fined.


With that said, If I tried it for 1 mile, they would put me under the jail. LOL


The AL DOT 'seems' to target large scale trucking companies or the opposite end of the scale and target farmers that only get a 18 wheeler out a couple of times per year.


Oaklevel makes a great point, if something were to happen, your insurance company is going to laugh at you which is reason alone enough to not do it IMO.
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Just a thought you may never be stopped but be in an accident & your liability automatically is forefront............ as you are starting in violation.


Good point
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