Having A Cat In The Truck

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RebelliousVamp 's Comment
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Is there certain rules about having a cat in the truck, while the truck is moving? Do you need to harness the cat (or dog)? I'm sure many don't....I'd harness a dog, but a cat might be a bit tricky. They can't really voice it to you when they need to go in their box...lol

∆_Danielsahn_∆'s Comment
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Is there certain rules about having a cat in the truck, while the truck is moving? Do you need to harness the cat (or dog)? I'm sure many don't....I'd harness a dog, but a cat might be a bit tricky. They can't really voice it to you when they need to go in their box...lol

Youtubers Allie Knight-cat and trucker Janelle-dog. They seem to so fine without restraints. Check them out.

Bud A.'s Comment
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Here's some old photos of cats and dogs (and one iguana) that is displayed at the Sacramento 49er. I don't see any restraints on any of them lol.

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murderspolywog's Comment
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I don't know of any laws or rules about that, the only thing I do is make sheer I have control of my dog before a DOT officer opens the door. How do you post a photo in here from a phone?

DOT:

Department Of Transportation

A department of the federal executive branch responsible for the national highways and for railroad and airline safety. It also manages Amtrak, the national railroad system, and the Coast Guard.

State and Federal DOT Officers are responsible for commercial vehicle enforcement. "The truck police" you could call them.

RebelliousVamp 's Comment
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Good, thanks. I wanna get myself a fuzzy lil' Ragdoll kitten!!!!!!! smile.gif

Pat M.'s Comment
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I have had a cat in every truck I have driven and here I was gonna say be sure to check the oil and coolant levels...smile.gif

Steve_HBG's Comment
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Pat M wrote:

I have had a cat in every truck I have driven and here I was gonna say be sure to check the oil and coolant levels...smile.gif

Boo... Hiss...

What will you do if you ever get a truck with a Detroit Diesel or a Cummins in it? Then what?

Pat M.'s Comment
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Pat M wrote:

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I have had a cat in every truck I have driven and here I was gonna say be sure to check the oil and coolant levels...smile.gif

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Boo... Hiss...

What will you do if you ever get a truck with a Detroit Diesel or a Cummins in it? Then what?

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RebelliousVamp 's Comment
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I'm lost. Catalytic converter?

Old School's Comment
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It's because your just a newbie, and "you don't know anything." rofl-3.gifrofl-1.gifrofl-3.gif

Oh, Rebellious Vamp, puhleeeeez forgive me!

You opened yourself up for an easy shot - I just could not resist the temptation.

We love you girl, but for just a moment there I thought you were blonde!

Pat's talking about a "Caterpillar" vrand engine!

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