What do you think, Starts at only $150,000. Also some SUV converions with hard wood floors and a 42 in plasma tv for around $200,000. SamD, you definately need one of these.
eeewwwwwwww!!!! you go samD
Greasy needs one of these to get through the flood waters!
The bumper sits above the centerline of the tires. No good for CA. It's nice, though. I'd have to go into the delivery truck gate when going to work on Ft Huachuca. That'd be cool.
Is that for real? They cannot raie their vehicles above the centerline of the wheel?
No, that's what I heard from a CHP trooper. It may just apply to vehicles on highways. From what I understand, it's not one of those laws enforced very much.
Wow...how the hell can a group of people...(the citizens of Cali) let themselves be controlled that much. That's a little absurd. I think I would go insane in that state. It's like Mom and dad are always there saying, "No Timmy you can't do that"
Nearly every state has some law on the maximum height of the bumper as well as max dimensions of street legal passenger vehicles. I don't know about now, but MO used to have a law that farm equipment could only be driven on state highways on weekends.
I don't think the laws themselves are nearly as important as the willingness of law enforcement to actually, well, enforce them. For instance, I am a military policeman on Ft Huachuca, AZ. A couple weeks ago, we had a civilian couple bring their daughter on post to interview for a babysitting job. The had on their dash two locked and loaded S&W Sigmas. My patrols arrested the couple and we were in the process of charging them for bringing a dangerous weapon onto a fedral installation. This would be a federal crime as it is a military facility. Ignorance of the law has never been a defense, but I didn't feel these two were up to no good. They had thei AZ CCW licenses, which doesn't count for anything once you come on post, but it showed they had taken steps to carry responsibly. They were polite when my patrols brought them to the station and were in no way belligerent or uncooperative. I didn't have to, but I contacted the on-call military prosecutor and talked with him about the situation and asked if there was any way to avoid charging these people. He spoke to the Chief Military Justice and said if it wasn't a violation of the safety and security of the installation, they would have no problem supporting my decision to let the people go. I was a very happy guy to hand their guns to a patrol and instruct him to escort the people off post and give them their guns back at the gate. It's a strange feeling to have a big biker guy give you a hug when you say he won't be charged with a crim for being able to protect himself and his family. Most laws are going to be enforced (or not) by local law enforcement, so if possible, make yourself known to them in a positive personal light before they get to know you in a professional manner. This had nothing to do with the truck thing, but it seemd a good time to share this anecdote and observation.
but this is way to big to have on the road.
My F-250 super duty deisel looks like one of those smart cars next to that thing.
THE GAS BILL AND INS HMM WHERE CAN I GET ONE?