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Old 10 October 2016, 12:07   #11
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Why not hire a trailer in your own state and bring the whole rig back on it?
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Old 10 October 2016, 14:10   #12
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Why not hire a trailer in your own state and bring the whole rig back on it?
I've done this here......trip to Dell Quay to pick up a dory on a "good trailer"

It wouldn't have made it out the boat yard, let along conform to the requisite legalities.
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Why not hire a trailer in your own state and bring the whole rig back on it?
Carry a boat & a trailer on a rented trailer?
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Carry a boat & a trailer on a rented trailer?
Yep. It's not uncommon here, if the trailer is unroadworthy.
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I see no reason to do the nested trailer thing. There has to be a way to get a purchased rig into the state legally.

Has the OP browsed the DMV site? Chatted with someone there (yeah, I know, lots of time on hold, phone tag, etc)? You could also call your local police or highway patrol, and ask them the best course of action.

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