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Old 11-08-2005, 09:11 AM
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A friend of Racegirl is helping...?

Go to jail, directly to jail, do not pass GO and do not collect $200.00!
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If you think running plates is bad now just wait. The government will finally catch on and start using RFID tags for vehicle registration and driver's licenses. The same thing Walmart is insisting all their vendors use. Radio Frequency Identification.

The cruiser can sit alongside the road and his computer will scan and check your tags and driver's license automatically as you drive by at 65MPH. That is right, AUTOMATICALLY!

Violations will list on his screen and the lights and sirens will move into action. If you left your license at home, that is an automatic stop. If you have someone in the car with a violation or expired license you will be stopped. If you have an outstanding warrant, well, you get the idea at this point.
Might take it a while for this technology to reach Mayberry, which is where Thrill was stopped.
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I couldnt even begin to count the # of times Ive went through Attica on my way to the lake and NEVER see anyone pulled over like that. Especially on the weekends, when there are constant trucks and boats going through........

Hell, I used to drive cars back from the Columbus auction with no tag at all!
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If you think running plates is bad now just wait. The government will finally catch on and start using RFID tags for vehicle registration and driver's licenses. The same thing Walmart is insisting all their vendors use. Radio Frequency Identification.

The cruiser can sit alongside the road and his computer will scan and check your tags and driver's license automatically as you drive by at 65MPH. That is right, AUTOMATICALLY!
The same thing happens when you run a plate number. Any warrants that the registered driver may have will show up on the computer with the rest of the data. Drivers info comes after you've id'd the driver and run their info. Any traffic violation, want, or articulable reason in enough to stop a vehicle.
Mistakes happen, judges know this.
You need more police buddies
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In MI, there's an option on the back of traffic tickets to admit guilt with an explanation. I've done this successfully several times to get tickets, fines, and or points reduced or dropped.
If you have a clean record (even if not) and it is offered always offer the explanation no matter what it is...be honest...you will get something a lot of the times. Agreed.
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