Bridges have weight limits for a reason


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    Ando

    Failtroll is crushed to death.

    numb7rs

    What’s this, ordering houses over the ‘net now?

    “Free delivery when you buy two or more!”

    storminator

    Move the garage doors around the corner and leave it there.

    caeslus

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    Kero

    THIS IS WHERE YOU LIVE NOW!

    Alec Dalek

    So who pays for that?

    TrikYodz

    a little more to the left

    redxblack

    if it were 1862, you could erect a fence and call it a homestead.

    j_bryon

    @AlecDalek >>> I used to know someone whose job was to get all the permits, find a route, etc. for a company that was involved in moving loads that were consider too wide or heavy for the normal moving companies. I’m fairly certain the company responsible for moving this house would be responsible for any damages that would have occured to the house. They probably have insurance for accidents anyway. As for the damage to the highway, um, well I’d say the county where this happened would pay to fix the bridge but they might sue for damages if the… Read more »

    j_bryon

    @caeslus-
    This ISN’T a prefab or modular house. I used to build modular and prefab houses….they are always moved in halves or quarters, depending on the total size of the unit. Also, the garage is NEVER attached when it is being moved. It is moved seperately.