Don’t let ‘articulated’ vehicle laws park farm trucks

Don’t let ‘articulated’ vehicle laws park farm trucks

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Farmers who transport crops, livestock and other agriculture-related items should start the new year on the right side of the law, said a Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service specialist.

Indiana State Police are enforcing state and federal transportation laws covering commercial motor vehicles, including pickup trucks that pull trailers for farm purposes, said Fred Whitford, coordinator of Purdue Pesticide Programs. Trucks with attached trailers are known as “articulated” vehicles, he said.

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