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posted 3 years ago
Looking for a Minnesota law similar to a California law regarding vehicles, trailers, and overhang
Vehicle Code - VEH DIVISION 15. CHAPTER 4. Length [35400 - 35414] 35410. The load upon any motor vehicle alone or an independent load only upon a trailer or semitrailer shall not extend to the rear beyond the last point of support for a greater distance than that equal to two-thirds of the length of the wheelbase of the vehicle carrying such load, except that the wheelbase of a semitrailer shall be considered as the distance between the rearmost axle of the towing vehicle and the rearmost axle of the semitrailer. So I know that some states regulate this stuff. So, with something like this, how does one go about exhausting the search, and (perhaps more interestingly) can we use as a defense the extent to which we searched and the extent to which the statute was nearly impossible to find?
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