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    Please keep your car off the trail

    I got home from school to find a van had slid down an snowy hill, off the road and went right off my fav drop! crushing the drop but only after the van was in the air for like 5'!!! ya it was the finniest thing ive seen in awile. the tracks going up to the drop wich the van stratled then the tracks stoped for a few feet then started back up I just wish I could have deen driving!!
    -the drop was alond side the road, pics were posted of it a wile back of my neighbor going of it on a reighli M50 into a pirfict face plant flip

    do you think it could be turned around that I could be at fult for bulding it?? it was on my land
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    thats halirous!
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    english please
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    [QUOTEdo you think it could be turned around that I could be at fult for bulding it?? it was on my land[/QUOTE]how far away from the rode was the drop. if it was in the right-of-way then yes you could get fined because that is not your land it belongs to the state or county that you live in.the right-of-way in wisconsin is 5 feet from the rode but it might be more or less in the state you live in so lets just say that its 5 feet in your state than if it the drop is more then 5 feet way from the rode then your ok. hope this helps
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    maybe

    [QUOTEdo you think it could be turned around that I could be at fult for bulding it?? it was on my land[/QUOTE]how far away from the rode was the drop. if it was in the right-of-way then yes you could get fined because that is not your land it belongs to the state or county that you live in.the right-of-way in wisconsin is 5 feet from the rode but it might be more or less in the state you live in so lets just say that its 5 feet in your state than if it the drop is more then 5 feet way from the rode then your ok. hope this helps
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