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Old 06-27-11, 05:11 PM
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The second you find you can't get something or someone home is the moment when you've reached enough cargo. You're gonna have to carry large loads at one point or another, and your wife may just have the car when you need hauling capacity.
As a child, my family owned only a single car, which my father had to use to get to work. This led my mother to buy a family trailer. She would do all the grocery shopping, take my sister and I to school, buy large bags of fertilizer, you name it, and all with the trailer. I think for someone who doesn't especially need/can't afford a second bike, the trailer is a fantastic option. I intend to get one when I have kids.
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