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and now i sit and wait

called insurance left a message with our agent only time will tell. i told my rents i was gunna just do it myself and i got the "oh no your not" speach. i was forced guys sorry. im almost hopin they dont pay. then i can buy a stick shift beater cuz i miss stick. ugh this whole situation is gay. only way ill be wheeling from now on is if the price of my lift/rims/tires exceeds the value of the vehicle.
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i must of missed something, what happened?
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what happened i missed something!
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I was just reading his other thread and he had rolled the truck... Hope everything works out for the best man.
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called insurance left a message with our agent only time will tell. i told my rents i was gunna just do it myself and i got the "oh no your not" speach. i was forced guys sorry. im almost hopin they dont pay. then i can buy a stick shift beater cuz i miss stick. ugh this whole situation is gay. only way ill be wheeling from now on is if the price of my lift/rims/tires exceeds the value of the vehicle.
Good luck too ya! hope everything works out for you!! cross your fingers!
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Yeah, probably would have been best to just post this stuff in the original thread -- less confusing.

Well, I'm sorry about your rollover, and now the anxiousness waiting for SOMETHING to happen -- not a nice place to be. My best to you and I'm sure you can make something work out of this.
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if you insure your next truck as a farm truck (farm use) you will be insured off the road, just a tip
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Well hope it all goes well!
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Good luck bro! Too my insurance a LONG *** time to get back to me. If you need a 4.0 engine and transmission, let me know It's a stick shift too! haha
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na motor and everything is fine if it was effed i would be all over that. ugh call me back sucka i gotta get on wiht my plans
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Holy Sh*T, you flipped her.. that sucks man, i dunno what to tell ya but good luck
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if you insure your next truck as a farm truck (farm use) you will be insured off the road, just a tip
you can also get in trouble registering something as a farm truck, when it's not a farm truck...

not to mention that it's dishonest.
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you can also get in trouble registering something as a farm truck, when it's not a farm truck...

not to mention that it's dishonest.
so once a week hook up to a grain wagon and pull it around. lol take pics while your at it.

i live on a 'farm' so to say so it would prolly work for me.
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well, alot of states have it set up like this:

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a) that is owned by a bona fide farmer who is actively engaged infull-time agricultural production, and who spends at least twenty-five per cent of his working time on his farm and who derives atleast twenty-five per cent of his gross income from his farm;
to be eligible to register as a farm truck in california.

it was the easiest to find with google.

i know texas has regulations on that too.

you can't just say "i live on a farm. this is a farm truck"
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Hope everything works out for ya Jeff.
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well, alot of states have it set up like this:



to be eligible to register as a farm truck in california.

it was the easiest to find with google.

i know texas has regulations on that too.

you can't just say "i live on a farm. this is a farm truck"
oh ok, makes since, mines not registered as a farm truck but some of my buddies have that, but they would prolly fall under those laws.
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my uncle registers his as a farm truck...

i knew people in h.s. that had cows on their property, only for tax breaks... and the ability to make vehicle's farm trucks.

everything is cheaper, then, but you are taking advantage of a system set up to benefit one of the hardest working groups in the country. farmers/ranchers need all the breaks they can get. they don't need people finding a way to squeeze into their benefits/breaks.
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well surely one can add non-highway use insurance to their current policy for their truck, seems like the thing to do if your gonna wheel all the time.
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i think if you have full coverage, with the total whatever added... they cover whatever...
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^^ our insurance has a full coverage on/off road plan but its like 1500 more a year
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Good luck, hope it works out.
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Good luck! Maybe you can sell some mods and stuff to try and re-coup the losses?
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i think if you have full coverage, with the total whatever added... they cover whatever...

i have full coverage but im retty sure if i roll it off-roading they wouldnt cover me.
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there is something you get ontop of full coverage.
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Insurance is a rip off anyways... no matter what kinda coverage you have
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