Can I Take A Harley With Me?

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Miss Kitty's Comment
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(I looked for this topic with no success. My apologies if redundant.)

I'm an avid Harley rider and am wondering if it is possible to take my bike with me somehow? It would be fantastic to get in some riding when the opportunity presented itself! :)

G-Town's Comment
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Gotta be honest, never saw a post like this. I am going to go out on a limb here,... not a chance. Sorry...

Bill F.'s Comment
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If yours is one of the six Harley's pictured on the right side, then yes, you can take them...

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Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

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Tim H.'s Comment
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Don't you mean left?

Turtle's Comment
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If yours is one of the six Harley's pictured on the right side, then yes, you can take them...

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Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Turtle's Comment
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You don't know how bad I'd love to have my harley with me. It's one of the major things I miss. During resets, I'll sometimes look into renting one, but I'm usually too far away from a shop.

Bill F.'s Comment
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Don't you mean left?

If you were sitting on them it would be on the right, but I see what you mean...

Dan R.'s Comment
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I've been thinking about getting an electric scooter to take with me. One that folds up and is re-chargeable.

I suppose if you happened to get a truck with a stretched step deck you might be able to stick a Harley on there... I'd grab some nice flatbed straps to tie it down, though. That's not like a push broom or something where it doesn't matter a ton if it falls.

Firehog's Comment
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(I looked for this topic with no success. My apologies if redundant.)

I'm an avid Harley rider and am wondering if it is possible to take my bike with me somehow? It would be fantastic to get in some riding when the opportunity presented itself! :)

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Tim H.'s Comment
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I saw what you meant Bill after I already posted. An "oh I get it" moment. I feel the same way about mt biking. After several days waiting for my broken trailer when I was in CA I was going nuts. Found one on craigslist in the area I was in. Called the guy up and he brought it to the truckstop. Strapped it to the back hand rail against my load locks with the front tire removed and put in the side box. My father says "Murphy's law says now you'll never stop rollin' ". Wait I think there's a pun in there.

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