TEXAS FARM PLATE IN MO?
Posted Mon, Jan 28 2013 08:50 PM CST
ANDY MOSS
MOSS FARMS
ARTHUR CITY, TX
903-249-2504

Posts: 4
I have Tx farm plates and need to go to Missouri to pick up some equipment. Does anyone know if I can buy a 72 hr trip permit even though I dont have operating authority? Thanks. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Tue, Jan 29 2013 01:00 PM CST
CHAD ADAMS
ADAMS FARMS
FT. TOWSON, OK

Posts: 1
Hammer down. Don't worry about the law!!!! REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Tue, Jan 29 2013 03:55 PM CST
BRYON LEONARD
DODGE CITY KENWORTH
DODGE CITY, KS
620-682-7014

Posts: 1
Andy,
You can pre register your equipment and get temp tags.
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Posted Thu, Jan 31 2013 08:03 AM CST
WILLIAM GLAWSON
GLAWSON LIVESTOCK
LAKE OZARK, MO
573-216-5707

Posts: 1
im like Chad if you have run a truck long dodge the scales and hammer down REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Thu, Jan 31 2013 07:39 PM CST
ANDY MOSS
MOSS FARMS
ARTHUR CITY, TX
903-249-2504

Posts: 4
Thanks for the input. My first thought was just that, to dodge em. we do that all the time however we have 76 loads that go past two scale houses. I wasnt sure if u could get a temp w farm tags but later found out we could. Cost about $30 a day per trk and trl. Decided to be safe this time and got permits. Thanks again. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Mar 04 2013 08:50 PM CST
MARVIN BARKER
BARKER TRKING
NEVADA, MO
620-704-3409

Posts: 2
best way too handle this is call mo do t@ ok dot or keep ur pie hole shut an do what comes natural an remembe the cb is for lisning not too play on REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Thu, May 09 2013 10:02 AM CST
MATTHEW HENDLEY
MH TRUCKING
IBERIA, MO
573-552-6366

Posts: 1
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Posted Sun, May 12 2013 11:53 AM CST
MICHAEL MARKET JR.
ROCKIN M FARMS LLC
HENDERSON, KY

Posts: 1
Hell if was going to call the mo DOT anyway, I think id just go ahead and ask if they would mind locking coupe up for a couple mins and take a little break so I could slide by? REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE