Towing The Boat

A mobility scooter pulling a boat. You don't see that every day.
     Posted By: Alex - Sat Mar 28, 2015
     Category: Boats | Disabilities | Eccentrics

The only thing better is a handicap motorcycle plate.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 03/28/15 at 12:08 PM
Apparently, he was doing nothing illegal. Trailers in the UK are not licensed separately from the vehicle towing them; the whole thing has one set of plates, back and front, so, for example, a car towing a caravan has a duplicate of the rear plate for the car on the caravan. If a semi swaps trailers, I suppose they move the trailer's tags as well. How that works if the towing vehicle is not licensed (as in this case), I have no idea.
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 03/28/15 at 12:11 PM
BD, that's unlikely, but not impossible, especially with electric starters. Maybe the rider has dodgy knees or busted-up ankles.
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 03/28/15 at 12:14 PM
Gotta love also the people who have a handicap hangar or plate and then run at full speed in the rain to the store entrance while jumping out of a Hummer or truck you almost need a ladder to get in and out of.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 03/28/15 at 03:00 PM
@BD- I have a theory that the people who park illegaly in handicap spots also have road rage. The 'Me First' attitude. I have an idea which could go viral.

-Mixed marshal artist dressed as an old lady who needs a stroller.
-Off duty police officer that can make an arrest.
-Yes more><

Scenario: A suspected (could be) road rage parks in the handycap space. When he[she] gets back and into his{her} car, we have a family van pull up behind and unload the kids. This can take 3 minutes?
Just as they pull away, the dodderling old lady drops her key & Etc. and takes 5 minutes.
#`#.At this point it could get viollent, so no don't!
Posted by BMN on 03/28/15 at 05:15 PM
Nothing can stop a true sailor from putting his boat in the water! :lol: :coolsmile:
Posted by Tyrusguy on 03/29/15 at 09:39 AM
I know two one-legged motorcyclists. You can get a handicap motorcycle plate in Massachusetts....
Posted by Cougar Allen on 03/29/15 at 11:51 PM
I did see a motorcycle equipped to allow a driver in a wheel chair to drive it. It was a trike of course, with had controls and a loading ramp in the back.

Live in Lake Havasu City AZ and there is nothing (in the way of vehicles that would surprise me here.
Posted by gary ray on 04/07/15 at 06:28 PM
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