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Got my rebel in July of last year. I drive a big truck along I 10 from Houston to Florida hauling oysters....this is my first sighting, hard to believe there not more on the road....I've seen prob 10 laramies....
 

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Same here, got mine last July and I've only caught quick glimpses of 2 others on the highway, and I'm in the Denver area (Bronco country, thank you very much :)) so its not like there's a shortage of vehicles out here.
 

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I bet there's going to be a good amount of these in the city, cities like New York since not everyone is in the business of going off road but just wants to have that theme going on.
 

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I've only seen 2 other Rebels in the Houston area. One was white and the other was the gun metal color. I love having a unique vehicle that you don't see 20 on the road within a 2 mile stretch!
 

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Got my rebel in July of last year. I drive a big truck along I 10 from Houston to Florida hauling oysters....this is my first sighting, hard to believe there not more on the road....I've seen prob 10 laramies....
What does this rule mean to drivers and carriers?

Fines and Penalties - Using a hand-held mobile phone while driving a CMV can result in driver disqualification. Penalties can be up to $2,750 for drivers and up to $11,000 for employers who allow or require drivers to use a hand-held communications device while driving.
Disqualification - Multiple violations of the prohibition of using a hand-held mobile phone while driving a CMV can result in a driver disqualification by FMCSA. Multiple violations of State laws prohibiting use of a mobile phone while driving a CMV is a serious traffic violation that could result in a disqualification by a State of drivers required to have a Commercial Drivers License.
What are the risks? - Using a hand-held mobile phone is risky because it requires the driver to reach for and dial the phone to make a call. Reaching for a phone out of the driver’s immediate area is risky as well as dialing because these actions take the driver’s eyes off the roadway.
The rule applies to drivers operating a commercial motor vehicle on a roadway, including moving forward or temporarily stationary because of traffic, traffic control devices, or other momentary delays.
A mounted phone is acceptable as long as it is mounted close to the driver.
Impact on Safety Measurement System (SMS) Results - Violations negatively impact SMS results, and they carry the maximum severity weight.
Compliance

Make sure the mobile telephone is within close enough proximity that it is
 

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I have a red/black also. The wife and I visit WI a lot, but I haven't been in Burlington, although we were at Twin Lakes just last weekend. And Kettle Morraine Forest a couple weekends back. The other Rebel I saw was white/black. I haven't spotted yours yet, I guess.
 

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Now that is probably the most epic Rebel winter photo to go online so far. All it needs is a Dodge watermark and someone could think it was a photo that came right from RAM
 
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