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Posted by Tarheel on January 26, 2011 at 20:29:29:

In Reply to: DOT numbers required for GVW over 10,001 lbs posted by 4 Legs Up on January 26, 2011 at 09:27:18:

I don't have all the info in front of me know but have spent some time looking all of this up. Also got some good info from Mike Wozniak as well. Dot numbers are based on wether you are involved in a commercial bussiness and are crossing state lines. You can go to the dot website and get all the requirements for them and actually apply for them too. Your license is based on the gross registered vehicle weight of your truck and your trailer. It is also diffrent state to state. In NC if you are over 26000 it requires a class A. This is the combined weight of both and is what the vehicle stickers say not what you weight.
This is a growing problem for all of us.


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