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Old 25 August 2021, 01:35   #21
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The tail lights are on sliders. In that image they are all the way in.
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Old 25 August 2021, 04:21   #22
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It's actually quite surprising how far the lights can be from the end of the load and still legal. As a non-traffic cop put it to me, "I try to never pull over a trailer because the rules are so complex that I need to wait for traffic to come and work out if it's legal to let them go again!"
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Think your allowed 6 feet overhang
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