Compliance with Implements of Husbandry law kicks in November 1

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Compliance with Implements of Husbandry law kicks in November 1

What’s so special about Nov. 1? One of the main provisions in the Implements of Husbandry law deals with what are statutorily defined as “wide” IOH. If not already installed on original equipment, additional lighting and marking features will be required for IOH that exceed 15 feet in width or operate over the centerline of a roadway when traveling. The legislature gave farmers 18 months after Act 377 was signed to come into compliance. That 18-month period ends Nov. 1. We can help!! Call the Association to order DOT approved LED lighting for Implements of Husbandry for your customers.   Click here to read a brief overview of the law.

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