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Old 12-30-2006, 06:07 PM   #11
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There's also just dumping it into a tank in the car connected to the fuel lines. It's not being transported if it's a fuel source, just drain it at home to filter/dewater. Or pay a flat fee and have an employee drop it off at the house if it's close enough, since they're exempt, and would be getting payed for something they used to pay for. It's not a significant obstacle, but very irritating... I've heard businesses are a bit pickier since they can get heat for giving it to an unlicensed transporter.
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Old 12-30-2006, 08:33 PM   #12
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I couldn't find the leagle definition of "transport" in californa, but from reading thru the whole law, and from having read thru other laws on vehicles, I highly suspect that the law is targeted at people who are getting paid to haul used oil, and that if you are doing it for personal use, then you are exempt, just like you can have a friend in your car, but you can't offer rides in exchange for money unless you jump thru hoops.
I meen after all they state in the law that you have to have your "buissness name on the side of your transport vehicle" you are not doing this as a buissness.
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Old 09-18-2007, 04:15 PM   #13
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At it again. If we wanna run a diesel car that gets decent mileage offa WVO, welp, I guess we gotta pay for it. Course, this won't do crap to the rendering companies or heavy users. The ones who commute 100 miles per day in a diesel Fjord or chebby that gets 10mpg.
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Old 12-19-2008, 10:19 PM   #14
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California is leading the way.
The intent is, ultimately to remove you from your private vehicle and into public transportation.
That doing the above is utterly impractical is irrelevant, the purpose is to control your movements while at the same time seperating you from as much of your money as possible.
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Unjust laws shouldn't even be followed. I'd never pay the fee.
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They have to pay for their wasteful train to nowhere somehow....What consistutes illegal transfer? Likely any transfer that is not taxed..... they basically saw a new place to tax and went for it. Sad.
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Buried in todays paper was a story about Governor Moonbeam being in China, trying to arrange loans....................
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Mind-boggling, probably wanting to trade some medicinal MJ to the fellers, you know, the stuff grown in our national forests illegally. Few people understand China, I've lived and worked there. Wouldn't trust them as far as I could throw them....

Thanks for the Gov Moonbeam! A perfect description..... lives in another world.....
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