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Re: I-77/ Weigh stations

Not only are you required to have a coggins, but health papers (within 30
days) as well.  And, you get lucky when the stations are closed or busy.
But if there is not a big line, it is best to go through.

Teddy (sure saves an angry officer chasing after you!!!)

Susan B. Felker wrote:

> I just went to NC via I-77 and back Sunday a week ago to pick up a
> horse. The first weigh station south of the border was closed. The
> second one was also closed.
> I didn't know I was supposed to stop, and no one ever pulled me over. I
> have a Chevy 2500 pickup and a 4-horse Chicasaw stock-type trailer. I
> have gone to NC before with this combo and have never been stopped.
> You do need a Coggins for a horse entering VA from NC--this much I know.
> This thread has been _very_ enlightening.
> Susan Felker (off to check those gross weight totals)
> Black Ridge Arabians

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