by Cynicalhand 8 years ago
The DOT (Department of Transportation) and Small Business Commercial Transportation Federal and State laws require any commercially used motor vehicle to be registered when traveling on any public highway or road in the United States. This requires a company to obtain a DOT number assigned to any...
by vikramshanti 7 years ago
HiThere should be more and more topics on autos and auto transport industry. Vikram
by ngureco 4 years ago
Should there be separate seating for men and women in public transport?Is it a good idea to prohibit one from sitting next or adjacent to opposite gender on public transport? Should there be designated seats for women-only on public transport?
by ldferb 6 years ago
Car, Bus, Train, Boat or Plane? What is your favorite mode of transportation when you vacation?I know this most likely decided depending on where you are going, but what is your favorite way to travel?
by thumbappoo 6 years ago
Which is the cheapest mode of transport in US? Is hitchhiking safe in US?
by aka-dj 9 years ago
This topic seems to be almost devoid of conversation. What form of transport do you use?Car, bicycle, public transport . . . ? Why? What would you like to drive, if you could?
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