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Old 08-06-2014, 01:48 PM   #21
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Default Re: 2013 used E-trek for sale

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Originally Posted by Davydd
I've never come across a tunnel restriction but then again I have never traveled a lot in the northeast corridor. I have driven the one lane, one way 5 mile tunnel through a mountain to Whittier, Alaska. I've seen lots of tunnels with restriction signs mainly for commercial trucks but there was no visible enforcement. Ferries have restrictions but there is usually someone standing there making sure you turn off your propane and in many places they want to see you do it or have you show them you have turned it off. It's not a big deal. On our next B we won't have any propane so it will not be an issue at all to think about.
Now you'll be asked to "prove" it doesn't have propane before being allowed passage. Same problem, ironically.
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