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I'm celebrating over 10 years helping diesel equipment owners navigate the complex regulations that the California air resources board CARB has imposed on business owners.

We have successfully helped fleets keep their trucks and equipment. If your looking at a DMV hold because your not in compliance call us.

Call us before you sell or buy your next semi. We give free advice.


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gecsr1

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this deserves a BUMP....
very cool Doug....
 

Reel hip

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Hey thanks gary.
 

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Btw public funding is open in San Diego.
Any sport business on the water is also elegible.

How do you think all the sporties got repowers?

We have been able to get our clients over $4 million in grants last year. . Through the funding, the state pays up to 85% of the cost of new equipment or 80% of repowers.
Of course there's plenty of conditions and paperwork that we wont do if you have no chance to get approval .
We run the numbers and tell you before we get started saving us all time .

www.becarbcompliant.com
 

Reel hip

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2020 is really effecting the small guys. If your thinking your f450 flatbed is safe think again
 

marlyn

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I already got the letter saying cali would not license my 2000 7.3 f450 this year.Truck only gets driven about 2500 miles a year all towing our RV back and forth to the sierras.If i dont figure something out by august it will be wearing an arizona plate.
 
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BiggestT

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I already got the letter saying cali would not license my 2000 7.3 f450 this year.Truck only gets driven about 2500 miles a year all towing our RV back and forth to the sierras.If i dont figure something out by august it will be wearing an arizona plate.
My ‘99 K2500 diesel suburban is now owned by my wife and wears a permanent Montana plate, with Cutthroat Trout on it. She is working towards establishing residency in MT. Fuck CA!
 

hucklongfin

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And yet you still have 2 houses in Klownifornia, live and work here while your wife is in Montana. Why? Because it’s worth it!
 

BiggestT

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And yet you still have 2 houses in Klownifornia, live and work here while your wife is in Montana. Why? Because it’s worth it!
The only reason I’m still here is that I get lifetime medical at Fed rates in 6 years. That is worth it. Wife is typically up in Montana when I am on business travel.
 
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hucklongfin

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I’m retiring (probably) in 3 years when I hit my 66 and 4 months... or maybe I’ll keep working and collect anyway. I’d probably already be retired if my wife hadn’t died of cancer. Either way I’ll probably stay here after I retire.
 
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BiggestT

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I’m retiring (probably) in 3 years when I hit my 66 and 4 months... or maybe I’ll keep working and collect anyway. I’d probably already be retired if my wife hadn’t died of cancer. Either way I’ll probably stay here after I retire.
I am sorry for your loss, that must have been real tough. I can’t imagine losing my wife.

In the past 3 plus years I’ve lost my mother to cancer (Month shy of 84) and my mother-in-law (ironically a 35-year cancer survivor) to plain old age at 96. We are still working through distribution of her estate, of which the Big Bear home was a small part of.

I doubt my wife considers selling Big Bear because it’s been in the family for years and she wants it for the grandkids to use. I was the one who completely remodeled Big Bear, so there’s that sweat investment that goes with it.

The Montana home was purchased out of our finances as a longer term plan for retiring outside of CA. I don’t know what that timeframe is except that I do know in a little over 6+ years I can retire with lifetime medical from the Federal Reserve. I would be 64. At 65 they push you onto Medicare A and you get the supplements package at the group rates. It’s still like $800 a month for a married couple. I don’t know what that cost would be in the private market, but I know it would be more. Medical is the one uncovered risk in my financial portfolio and that will cover it. I like what I’m doing at the Federal Reserve and they like me. If I hated it, things would be different and we would be checking out sooner.

We still have things to address at our Fullerton home, including kitchen remodel and the yard. Been working on it since we bought the place as a fixer out of a divorce sale in the 1992 aerospace recession. We need to finish to realize full value out of it and to enjoy it.

My wife is not living in Montana. It does seem like she’s up there every month. That said, she’s down here for a decent stretch getting medical issues resolved. She does take off up there when I am on business travel. She loves that place, as do I. Anything she loves, I am all for it.
 
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Reel hip

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I already got the letter saying cali would not license my 2000 7.3 f450 this year.Truck only gets driven about 2500 miles a year all towing our RV back and forth to the sierras.If i dont figure something out by august it will be wearing an arizona plate.
What type of bed is on it?
Is the trailer registered the same as the truck?
 
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Reel hip

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My ‘99 K2500 diesel suburban is now owned by my wife and wears a permanent Montana plate, with Cutthroat Trout on it. She is working towards establishing residency in MT. Fuck CA!
That one is safe No regs on the Burb Its under the 14,000 GVWR
 
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marlyn

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What type of bed is on it?
Is the trailer registered the same as the truck?
It has a hauler body 5th wheel bed.
What type of bed is on it?
Is the trailer registered the same as the truck?
The travel trailer is registered in california also.
Shot you an email too.
 
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Reel hip

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It has a hauler body 5th wheel bed.

The travel trailer is registered in california also.
Shot you an email too.
Got it.. Thanks!