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Thor_MN Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-13-04 08:30 PM
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95. At 7 tons, it's illegal on most residential streets
At least around here. If one of my neighbors were to get one (not very likely) I would be dropping a dime on them. I'm not into paying for the damage these things do to pavement.

Take a look where your street leaves a major road, there's likely a sign saying restricted vehicles under to X tons, with X going down to 3 on some roads - making even H2s illegal.
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