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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-21-2009, 06:22 PM
 
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Taisa899- you can get a chemical placard and put it in the rear window of your truck for NOS, then no tickets, you can have it but they need to see the placard in case of an accident.
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glad i'll be moving this time next year...lots of BS..

Restricted Letter of Authorization: Raised vehicles that meet inspection requirements
and that are equipped with tires that have a loaded rolling tire diameter of greater than
875 millimetres (35 inches) will be issued a Restricted Letter of Authorization (click
here for a sample). The letter will allow them to operate on Saskatchewan highways
with the following conditions:
− the vehicle is prohibited from towing a trailer and load exceeding 4,560 kilograms
(10,000 pounds)
− the vehicle is limited to a maximum speed of 80 km/h when operated on a highway
with a posted speed limit of less than 110 km/h
− the vehicle is limited to a maximum speed of 90 km/h when operated on a highway
with a posted speed limit of 110 km/h
− the operator of the must hold a Class 5 or higher driver’s licence without a Novice 1
or Novice 2 restriction


Anything bigger then a 35 and you have towing and speed restrictions? BS!


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Lot's of B/S there where's all that from?

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what if you're from out of the province and just driving through Saskatchewan and don't have a Class5 license?



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I had to remove the NOS out of my truck or I could have been charged under the street racing laws
Apparently this applies to "connected" NOS system.

The Act also bans driving a motor vehicle on a highway with a connected nitrous oxide system. Some street racers use nitrous oxide to enhance the acceleration capabilities of their vehicles.

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Lot's of B/S there where's all that from?
Go here

http://www.sgi.sk.ca/sgi_pub/vehicle...d-vehicle.html

and click on the draft policy to download it


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sgi sucks, they have no clue. wish we had an option for other insurance

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yes it does, i'll be glad when I get posted outta here by next summer


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if that so im screwed 8" of lift and a 3" body.. soon 3 inch strut spacer and 3" rearch in the back all on 44s...lol its just a half ton.

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no 44s here but i have always wanted to do a 6" lift on top of my 3" bl not sure if i will be able to do that now

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