Driving automobiles

Re: Faster Than a Speeding Ticket

 Scott in SoCal:

> I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
> license plate? :)

> http://i20.tinypic.com/nwilgm.jpg

From the condition of the outside, I’d say that this car probablly
couldn’t get out of its own way, much less avoid a speeding ticket.


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6 Responses to “Re: Faster Than a Speeding Ticket”

  1. admin says:

    On Sep 25, 9:32 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    > license plate? :)

    Technically, it’s not expired until Monday… :-)

    Rayvan

  2. admin says:

    On Sep 26, 1:05 pm, Rayvan <rvannul…@cachevision.com> wrote:

    > On Sep 25, 9:32 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > > I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    > > license plate? :)

    > Technically, it’s not expired until Monday… :-)
    > —
    > Rayvan

    THIS BRINGS TO MIND A POINT OF INTEREST:

    When you put on new stickets like this, cut an X into them with a
    blade or something.

    Some people with expired tags strip off the top two or three in a
    block from another car to place over their expired tags.
    "X"ing it makes it too difficult, so they go on to another car,
    instead.

  3. admin says:

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    Studemania wrote:
    > On Sep 26, 1:05 pm, Rayvan <rvannul…@cachevision.com> wrote:

    >>On Sep 25, 9:32 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    >>>I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    >>>license plate? :)

    >>Technically, it’s not expired until Monday… :-)
    >>–
    >>Rayvan

    > THIS BRINGS TO MIND A POINT OF INTEREST:

    > When you put on new stickets like this, cut an X into them with a
    > blade or something.

    > Some people with expired tags strip off the top two or three in a
    > block from another car to place over their expired tags.
    > "X"ing it makes it too difficult, so they go on to another car,
    > instead.

    I wish I’d thought of that a few years ago; I think the fact that
    someone stole my plate sticker got me a (really BS) speeding ticket.

    nate


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  4. admin says:

     Studemania:

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    > On Sep 26, 1:05 pm, Rayvan <rvannul…@cachevision.com> wrote:
    > > On Sep 25, 9:32 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > > > I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    > > > license plate? :)

    > > Technically, it’s not expired until Monday… :-)
    > > —
    > > Rayvan

    > THIS BRINGS TO MIND A POINT OF INTEREST:

    > When you put on new stickets like this, cut an X into them with a
    > blade or something.

    > Some people with expired tags strip off the top two or three in a
    > block from another car to place over their expired tags.
    > "X"ing it makes it too difficult, so they go on to another car,
    > instead.

    Or states can do like GA does: when you buy your renewal sticker, they
    run it through a laser printer and it prints among other things the
    number of the license plate it belongs to. Even a cop like jaybird
    should beable to figure out a stolen decal if he were to pull the car
    over.


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  5. admin says:

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     Studemania <midl…@earthlink.net> wrote:
    > On Sep 26, 1:05 pm, Rayvan <rvannul…@cachevision.com> wrote:
    > > On Sep 25, 9:32 pm, Scott in SoCal <scottenazt…@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > > > I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    > > > license plate? :)

    > > Technically, it’s not expired until Monday… :-)
    > > —
    > > Rayvan

    > THIS BRINGS TO MIND A POINT OF INTEREST:

    > When you put on new stickets like this, cut an X into them with a
    > blade or something.

    > Some people with expired tags strip off the top two or three in a
    > block from another car to place over their expired tags.
    > "X"ing it makes it too difficult, so they go on to another car,
    > instead.

    The one correct way to prevent theft is to remove old stickers.  They’re
    easy to scrape off with a little heat.

  6. admin says:

    On Sep 26, 6:01 pm, necromancer

    <55_sux@worldofnecromancer_nospam_noway.org> wrote:
    >  Scott in SoCal:

    > > I wonder if it’s fast enough to avoid getting a ticket for an expired
    > > license plate? :)

    > >http://i20.tinypic.com/nwilgm.jpg

    Or a ticket for a wanker licence plate:
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=vn5aSgv4Hp8