Originally Posted by Old car
I was discussing our upcoming vacation to Colorado with a coworker today and he brought up an interesting point. Since your tow vehicle and trailer both have license plates--finding out where you live is a definite possibility. What if someone were to hide a package of what is legal in Colorado but not most states, then come to your home later to retrieve their package? Or follow you to a rest area far enough away from possible road inspection locations to retrieve? Now that I am thinking in a paranoid frame of mind; we will be away from our trailer quite a bit on this trip as we explore back trails and Rocky Mountain National Park. What if someone does such a thing and its found by the legal authorities? "It's not mine" is the standard answer but that won't go far with the police. Something to think about! Or am I just truly being paranoid?
Wow, Always be aware of your circumstances as in what goes on around you and the people you share information with. This is a worry I do not have as I do not run with a bad folks and do not share my travel plans with anyone but the closest.
This should not be an issue(I hope for you). That scenario is extreme. Then again the saying goes "Just because you are paranoid, it does not mean someone is not
out to get you".
Enjoy your travels and don't sweat the petty things pet the sweaty things.