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Old 21st January 2011
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Default CA compressed air carry permit

If CA does require a permit for carrying compressed air, then there's another good reason for using an Oasis compressor. You can turn the compressor on just long enough to fill 5 gallons in less than a minute and blow your horns until the tank is empty.

Do any of you know if your state has a similar law?
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wtf? a permit for compressed air??!! why??



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Your guess is as good as mine. I'm sure it has something to do with liability and possible ruptures that may cause a hose to whip around or something becomes a projectile.
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thats lame.. i wouldnt care n have a compressor without one



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Just another tax...and probably inspection...
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Default Re: CA compressed air carry permit

sounds like thay
got to make a buck
sum how and thats
sad so sad i have
no laws in my state
that say you cant
have that stuff nore
need a permint hell
it dont seem no
suprize you just
got to have your papers you know
lol.
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Default Re: CA compressed air carry permit

Thats Weird! I asked the DMV If I needed one of those and they said "Only Commercial Vehicle's That Require Compressed Air To Stop." I have a 3 Gallon Air system running 200 psi on my truck and Yes I live in California.
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That means they only require it for commercial vehicles with air brakes. Thanks, that's good to know!
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Wow, havent heard this one!
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Default Re: CA compressed air carry permit

I got an update from a customer. Pressures over 150 PSI require the permit.
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