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I call them greentards. They are stupid people who's sole purpose in life is to screw with others and get taxpayer money in the name of the environment.
I am moving to Idaho.
On the plus side, I am far greener than these posers, since I just don't wash my vehicles.
Real trucks have the key on the left FTE Guidelines
Here in Auburn it is illegal to park your car on your front yard. Only on gravel or concrete. Good thing I have illegal access to my backyard. Still would wash my truck and car in driveway or not. I just love to hate this demo state. Must be a Gregoiure pal
After 10 years, its gone...2002 F350 Loaded with a lot of goods and time
1999 F350 stock as stock can get. Ignition kill switch and Trailer Brakes. Sold it...way to much blow by.
That's good that the state will not carry through with that. I was wondering, when it rains on a dirty oily truck, wouldn't the stuff that washes off go down the same drains? What happens when someone drives through puddle in a rain storm? Doesn't the stuff that gets rinsed off the bottom of the vehicle go down the storm drains?
1969 ForDor Thunderbird
2006 Dodge Charger (wifes car)
2000 Ranger Regular cab
2.5L with A/C backed up by the 5 speed manual, 2WD.
170,000+ on the clock.
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