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Author Topic: Weighing the Bus  (Read 19238 times)
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« Reply #60 on: August 26, 2013, 10:06:12 AM »

There are entertainer coaches that do not have commercial plates because they are privately owned. I believe most are owned by leasing companies and carry all the licenses and certificates. But the privately owned coaches are what has begun to attract attention. I am not sure what the officials are looking for, but that skirting of the law likely has now focused attention on all bus conversions. Once anyone sharper than a door knob sticks their head in the door they know it is not a RV or motor home. From that point on they know as a commercial bus they need a fresh box of BIC pens for all the tickets they can write.

Ironically two identical rigs can have to meet completely different rules regarding their operation.


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Knoxville, TN
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