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2 hours ago, Sheepy said:

I was always under the assumption that if your moving tools/equipment around that you need to use for your job your taco exempt. E.g builder with a mixer and a pack of slabs exempt, chap with a car trailer doing haulage taco required. May be wrong though.

Within 100km of your base

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On 24/05/2019 at 22:16, Wedgebanger said:

And before I got round to the ignore list. I see that baited reply.  

 

I dont need need you to teach me to suck eggs...or is it justme.. 

 

 

I guess your and ex cop  Looking for work as my old  truck driver mate would say.

 

have a good night justme,,,, and so long.....🙈🙉🙊

 

nope not ex cop all.

 

Also as far as I know I have not had a single customer from here.

 

I am here to help.

 

 

 

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21 hours ago, Sheepy said:

I was always under the assumption that if your moving tools/equipment around that you need to use for your job your taco exempt. E.g builder with a mixer and a pack of slabs exempt, chap with a car trailer doing haulage taco required. May be wrong though.

Only within 100km of you main base & your job is not as a driver.

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48 minutes ago, Justme said:

 

I am here to help.

 

 

 

Don't fall for the bait. Keep posting..

 

People go on and on about grey areas with driver licencing, tachos, red diesel etc. Most of it is pretty straight fwd even if your local traffic cop doesnt necessarily know them... 

 

Lots of folk choose to ignore or try to dodge the rules..

 

It is good to have someone on the forum who knows the rules. Rather then someone who thinks they do..

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7 minutes ago, benedmonds said:

Don't fall for the bait. Keep posting..

 

People go on and on about grey areas with driver licencing, tachos, red diesel etc. Most of it is pretty straight fwd even if your local traffic cop doesnt necessarily know them... 

 

Lots of folk choose to ignore or try to dodge the rules..

 

It is good to have someone on the forum who knows the rules. Rather then someone who thinks they do..

Thank you for that.

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