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Got pulled last weekend, front axle under, rear under (just), overall over by 18%, 4150kg i think by memory. £300 fine.

 

yew got a Transit crew cab Marc?

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yew got a Transit crew cab Marc?

 

No, double cab iveco daily.

 

If i did more domestic i would certainly consider o licence, but to be fair it is rare that i am fully loaded.

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No, double cab iveco daily.

 

If i did more domestic i would certainly consider o licence, but to be fair it is rare that i am fully loaded.

 

where abouts did ya get pulled in ?

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No, double cab iveco daily.

 

If i did more domestic i would certainly consider o licence, but to be fair it is rare that i am fully loaded.

 

My old double cab iveco weighed 3t empty.... Then get your staff and saws in etc. It then had a 10ft chip box! Shocking

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Got pulled last weekend, front axle under, rear under (just), overall over by 18%, 4150kg i think by memory. £300 fine.

 

Its not really worth worrying about if thats all that you get fined for the first time your caught.

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Not arb but couldn't resist getting the wife to take a pic whilst we were heading up the m1 today, full of people, luggage and the bike to finish, the tow bar was literally an inch above the tarmac!

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Not arb but couldn't resist getting the wife to take a pic whilst we were heading up the m1 today, full of people, luggage and the bike to finish, the tow bar was literally an inch above the tarmac!

 

 

Hopefully it's just a one-off.

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Not arb but couldn't resist getting the wife to take a pic whilst we were heading up the m1 today, full of people, luggage and the bike to finish, the tow bar was literally an inch above the tarmac!

 

Hope you get stopped.

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Not arb but couldn't resist getting the wife to take a pic whilst we were heading up the m1 today, full of people, luggage and the bike to finish, the tow bar was literally an inch above the tarmac!

 

 

That's just dangerous

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