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Mike Pence, who may break the rules of the Michigan island that bans motorized vehicles

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A large wheel is expected to break in the city Saturday — and he could rules.

Vice-President Mike Pence is scheduled to the story, sitting as the first to visit the vice president of Michigan, the picturesque, the following: Mackinac Island-and it can also spark a dispute of riding in a vehicle, during his visit reports.

“Apparently there’s a resident of some of the snipers,” Dennis Cawthorne, a Lansing lobbyist and the following: Mackinac Island, told The Detroit Free Press. “But if the Secret Service requires it, that is what you desire.”

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The island, between Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas is prohibited, motorized vehicles for the last century, but Pence can supposedly travel to the following: Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference in a police SUV for safety.

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Horse-drawn carriage is the main means of transport on the island, however, there are exceptions for police and firefighters, FOX 47 of Lansing reported.

The secret service took a vehicle to the island in case of emergency, for President Gerald Ford’s visit in 1975, but it was never seen and was not used, The Free press reported. Ford and his wife drove in a horse-drawn carriage.

The Vice-President usually travels in an armored limousine.

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The White house and the secret service has not commented on the reports, according to Onondaga’s WILX-TV.

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