[SpamCop-Social] Re: Under contract!
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Thu Sep 29 20:07:09 EDT 2005
Frog Prince did pass the time by typing:
> Rent a tow dolly (make sure you do the right thing by the transmission) BTW
> if you rent a box van from one of the big rental companies check on the
> discounts from AAA (we had to join but there was a 30 trial which we
> dropped <g>).
When you rent that moving van make sure it is in good mechanical working
order. I've known at least one person that rented a U-haul that broke
down due to bad maintenance.
That being said, my experiences have been good so far.
The IRS stuff you will need
If the towed vehicle is 4wd then you should use a flatbed. Keep in mind
backing up is difficult. Towing a tow in tow is illegal in some areas.
That's TowVehicle-Towed-Towed and don't even think about using a dollied
vehicles tow ball as a place to put one more trailer.
(I've seen this on the road, seriously dangerous and illegal)
Keep the tongue weight proper, too light and your towed vehicle will not
track well, too heavy and you might get jacknifed.
Good luck on your new job and safe journey.
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