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Old March 10th, 2009, 12:11 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by A4X4SPIT View Post
I HAVE A CAGE, BELTS ,BATTERY TIED DOWN AND A FIRE EXTINGUISHER IM NOT OUT TO DAMAGE MY RIG OR ANYONE ELSES . WE LEARNED THE DIFFERENCE A WHILE AGO BETWEEN HARD CORE WHEELING RIG & DAILY DRIVER ... THAT REQUIRES INS. WHICH PROBABLY ISNT GOING TO COVER "OFF ROAD " DAMAGE . ESPECIALLY IF THEY KNOW YOU SIGNED A "WAIVER " AT A OFF ROAD PARK I KNOW MY TOW RIGS INS WILL NO WAY COVER MY WHEELIN RIG WHEN ITS NOT ON THE TRAILER I GUESS YOUR LOOKIN FOR A BUNCH OF MALL WHEELERS AS CUSTOMERS . SOME OF US WERE LOOKIN FOWARD TO TRYING YOUR PLACE BUT AT TWICE THE PRICE OF ANOTHER OFF ROAD PARK AND INSURANCE COST WE"LL WISH YOU SUCESS FROM SOME WHERE ELSETIMES ARE TOUGH SO INSURING A OFFROAD ONLY RIG IS HARD TO DO
Holy crap they might as well close the place down because they don't cater to you? Seriously, get over yourself. Pack a lunch instead of picking up McDonalds and you can afford PLPD for a day. Wish them luck as another opportunity to wheel your junk legally in this state I'll be checking it out this summer.


Ron, thanks for putting in the time and work required to provide the 4x4 community another place to play
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