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Originally posted by NuclearPaulBy Australian standards, any load that wide must have a police escort and two pilot vehicles, one at the front and one at the rear. It could be a ten metre wide rubber dog poo and you would still need these.
You are not allowed to run oversize loads at night though. (There are exceptions where the load must go through populated areas such as the city and the load is that wide it would cause chaos during daytime traffic).
Any US truck drivers here that are familiar with OS regulations?edit on 17/12/11 by NuclearPaul because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Tahnya86
reply to post by Dr UAE
Although i appreciate the diagram i would like to point out there are no folded wings nor wings present on the load and secondly in the OP image link there is no sign of landing gears, only a craft and tension straps, also, whos to say that even if the craft is interstella that they did not want a landing gear so the craft cand be stabalised while on the ground, rather then floating, mind you who knows how a ufo behaves when envioromental influences affect the crafts balace, my point being is just cause it has a landing gear does not mean its a drone, i have said over and over again, its could be desensitisation as well as a no other choice scenario of imediate priority transportation, and lastly, if no one who is related to the crafts and its transport says nothing, then there is no room to dig up clues, on pure speculation and that alone never confirms anything unless due evidence is provided or a leaked information scorce. its all upto us at ATS and the public to find out what where looking for, most inportantly "do your homework" meaning, do your research, dont just come on here and shout DRONE! LANDING GEAR!, Debunked, i appreciate your sugestions but trying to solve it the quickest is not the best answer to the subject in question, a broad mind and research is who you find what your really looking for.
Finally, a man named Brooks McKinney stepped forward to pierce the veil of mystery and conspiracy. McKinney, senior manager of public relations at Northrop Grumman, told Life's Little Mysteries that the suspected UFO was in fact an X-47B, an unmanned combat drone designed to operate from aircraft carriers.