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Old 01-21-2003, 02:34 AM
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Default New 36' Skater Needs Transportation

I am no longer in the towing business (6 months now!) I got a call today from Scott Conrad at Dick Simon Marine. He needs transportaion for a new 36' Skater (@ the Skater plant) to go back to DSM in Dana Point, CA. (1 hr South of L.A.) Please call him at 800.829.2628, but don't bother if you don't have the proper Insurance and a good track record. Good luck.
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What type of insurance do you have to have to be in the hauling business, I have a F350 duallyand have thought about hauling many times.

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Randy,
You need to have "cargo" insurance by a specific carrier who will insure a commercial vehicle to transport the boats. They are really hard to find, it took me a while to find the right ins. company for this. I'll have to try to find the name of the company I used to use.
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Hey semper fi, What did you used to charge people per mile for hauling there boats around? Thanks
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Hey semper fi, What did you used to charge people per mile for hauling there boats around? Thanks
Hey Bobby,

Have you decided to start charging Mark and Mike?
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I should shouldnt start doing that.
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Hey 29, not anymore Besides, mine is almost gone, I have a guy that can give it a good home.

And Yoster wont bring his home from Salisbury so we ALL can run around together!!!!!!!

But whew, I am glad Bobby didnt used to charge me


BTW, is this white stuff going to stop, it wasnt even supposed to snow today.
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I make sure my guys have $1 Mil Policy, and dont even use the words $2 per mile around me!
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Sean...How hard is it for your to Keep your proffesionalism right now?
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