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This episode of the Off Road Podcast is Sponsored by WARN, Medical Gear Outfitters, and Colby Valve.
Tonight, Aaron gets a call sign, Coy finally gets caught, & Ben gets nothing
Welcome to the off-road podcast. A podcast about everything off-road. We cover the news, review products, and interview people in the off-road industry. Your hosts tonight are Aaron, Coy, my name is Ben, and we are joined by Justin, Brandon, and John from Dirt Legal. Welcome to the show!
Coy – Got the Rona. Snow days, put the mr2 back together and then started to take it apart again.
Aaron – Got sick then got snow. Moved some stuff around in the shop and started to frame the openings for the garage doors. KK7KRH Pulled a Chevy Blazer out of the ditch.
Ben – fixed my cladding
Earth Day trail clean up, April 22nd
Mark your calendars get out of your computer chairs and hit the trail what trail any trail and grab some trash any little bit help it’s earth day what’s the worst that can happen
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News brought to you by Colby Valve
- NZ Herald – Offroaders Race to Disaster Zone
- Thompson – who runs Offroad Addiction TV – said it “didn’t sit right” watching from afar
- 4 other rigs
- Loaded with 800kg (1763.7 lbs) of sponsored meat via Neat Meat, and also a trailer-load of diesel to help a town
- On their last trip, this last Sunday they gathered more than 4 tons of meat for those badly impacted around Hawke’s Bay, a generator, the supply of about 3000 liters of diesel to refuel contractors’ and volunteers’ machinery around sites of devastation, large quantities of ice, and gifts such as lollies for kids traumatized at losing their house and belongings in the tragedy
- Car Buzz – Ram 1200 Caught Undergoing Winter Testing
- The last time mid-sized truck was offered was back in 2011
- Because the truck hasn’t been officially announced there isn’t an official name for it.
- The article speculates that it may use an FWD platform but the spy photos make it look like a body on a frame truck.
- A turbo-diesel option may also be offered in the US
- The article talks about how it might be a Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz competitor but it would make more sense for it to compete with the Chevy Colorado and Ford Ranger
New contest: On May 8th we will be doing a show with Andy from Warn about recovery stories. Leading up to that show we would like you, our listeners, to write in to us with your own personal stories of when you recovered someone or were recovered yourself. We’ll be picking one story at random to win a Warn Medium Duty Accessory Kit!
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Justin (editor), Brandon (founder), & John (writer)
Tell us about your business
First of all, please tell our listeners a high overview of what Dirt Legal does?
Do you also help with titling vehicles that people import from other countries?
What parts are generally needed when making something street legal that is currently for off road only?
Are there things that you can’t register for people?
I was reading your blog on how to get a title for a military vehicle and it mentioned that the person applying would end up with a “out of state tag”. Does that mean that it will have plates from a different state? Will I have to change them to my state eventually?
If something like a UTV or Dirtbike is licensed in another state can it be driven on the road in all the other states?
I assume that insurance is needed to drive any of the vehicles that we’ve talked about on the street?
I read that some vehicles can only be registered as a “low speed vehicle”. What does that mean and how can they typically be used on the street?
What are the chances of getting a ticket because the cop doesn’t believe that my vehicle is road legal?
Do you know how I can get around the Oregon law that prohibits me from driving a Kei sized vehicle on the street? I came here to ask this
Where can our listeners find you?
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