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Old 01-20-2013, 06:07 PM   #54
khager
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Location: Granbury, TX
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Originally Posted by randyo View Post
sign ordinances & regulations and cost of paying for ads on existing billboards make that impractical
It's actually not a bad idea. I think the ordinances and regulations might be a bigger hurdle than raising the money.

I am not sure who regulates them city? county? state? May not even be addressed, since no one has ever tried it, and there are a lot of people that will argue that in states like TX, where the issue (lane-splitting) is not addressed it is neither legal nor illegal, so how can they say no to putting it on a billboard?
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