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Old 02-08-2010, 09:53 PM
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Default Anyone gotten a warning for Overweight Vehicle?

First, Greetings, and thanks in advance for any help. Iíve just registered, and am sending this to several forums where I see similar topics have been discussed. Hope this is an appropriate topic for this forum, regulations forum seemed more fish regs centered, and not as regional.

I got a ticket in NC for a very slightly overweight vehicle/trailer combination (dealership made an error on the weight registration and provided an affidavit); I am appealing. The stateís prosecutor stated that warning tickets are not given for this violation (not true) and the judge gave me 30 days to see if I could find any documentation that warning tickets have ever been issued in lieu of a citation. She prefers to see written warnings rather than hear of oral warnings. If you know of anyone whoís gotten one, could you pass that along? Not trying to reopen old discussions, or even discuss this event, just need to find out if anyone ever got a warning for overweight instead of a ticket.

By the way, Iím non-commercial, just an F250 w/17í tandem enclosed trailer. SHP says they can give warnings for anything, as we know, but they would not provide examples. If you know of anyone who ever got a warning instead of the green stamps, how about chime in?
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Old 02-08-2010, 11:07 PM
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Default Re: Anyone gotten a warning for Overweight Vehicle?

Next time only take one of your girlfriends out and you should be ok Sorry for the stupid response but that's all I have.
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Old 02-08-2010, 11:27 PM
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Next time only take one of your girlfriends out and you should be ok Sorry for the stupid response but that's all I have.
yeah I knew that was my problem, cause I was only a couple hundred lbs over
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:35 AM
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First, Greetings, and thanks in advance for any help. Iíve just registered, and am sending this to several forums where I see similar topics have been discussed. Hope this is an appropriate topic for this forum, regulations forum seemed more fish regs centered, and not as regional.

I got a ticket in NC for a very slightly overweight vehicle/trailer combination (dealership made an error on the weight registration and provided an affidavit); I am appealing. The stateís prosecutor stated that warning tickets are not given for this violation (not true) and the judge gave me 30 days to see if I could find any documentation that warning tickets have ever been issued in lieu of a citation. She prefers to see written warnings rather than hear of oral warnings. If you know of anyone whoís gotten one, could you pass that along? Not trying to reopen old discussions, or even discuss this event, just need to find out if anyone ever got a warning for overweight instead of a ticket.

By the way, Iím non-commercial, just an F250 w/17í tandem enclosed trailer. SHP says they can give warnings for anything, as we know, but they would not provide examples. If you know of anyone who ever got a warning instead of the green stamps, how about chime in?
Thanks
Just curious, do you have a commercial tag?
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:33 PM
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Just curious, do you have a commercial tag?
My registration's in the truck, but from my memory, DMV generally puts the following category on these: "Private/Commercial". That's what mine states as well, IIRC. So take your pick. The category is non relevant to the code here as it is the weight category that's the important part. Mine's currently 13k lbs.
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