The device widely referred to as "truck nutz" could cost those who adore this adornment a sixty dollar fine. A senator from Eustis won a debate over the decoration in the capitol today. And no matter what some may think, lawmakers have dubbed the accessory inappropriate.
Jesse Hurd in Wakulla County said, "I think it's hilarious, but I guess it can be construed as offensive to some people you know, so maybe they might want to take them off or maybe just drive around for a short while with them on there." The prohibition of the attachment was an addition to a much larger transportation bill.
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