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Make sure your legal on the street

Yesterday showed exactly why.

I was riding home (cbr) and since my plate is tucked well under the bike and not to visible it was only a matter of time before I got pulled over for it. (downforces plate relocator).

So I got pulled over and asked me about the plate, called it in and of course came out clean. Asked me for my license to show M class and he saw it, said "thats all" and said have a good night.

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Watching the Cubs lose is the opposite of appreciating a fine wine ó itís like watching a car accident in progress. Itís horrifying, yet gruesomely riveting, and you canít help but watch and sympathize with the poor souls inside.
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Thanks for the tips captain obvious!
i know some guy posted before asking about if he would be ok riding on a permit. Its good for a reminder that you will get randomly pulled over


Plus i know there are plenty of people here without their M class..

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I dont think he was just correcting Marks grammar ;-)

"When in doubt, use full throttle. It may not improve your situation, but it will end the suspense."
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I was thinking that a cop rolled him and asked if he had a tranny identification card.

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I was thinking that a cop rolled him and asked if he had a tranny identification card.
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Heh...permits.

We were all riding around one day up in Richmond. Me, two friends and one of their's girlfriends. We each had our own bike, she was on a permit. Just cruising, riding slow obeying all traffic laws.
We get pulled over, the usual..Licenses, insurance etc...BUT the cop was gonna arrest my friend's girlfriend because she was only on a permit and nobody was on the bike with her. WTF, needless to say we argued and came away from it without any tickets. Would it be too much to ask for cops to understand the laws that they are enforcing?
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your killing it...
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I got fired from a job once for sticking my cawk in a bacon slicer.

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Really? Well then, what happened to the bacon slicer?

She got fired too.

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.BUT the cop was gonna arrest my friend's girlfriend because she was only on a permit and nobody was on the bike with her. WTF, needless to say we argued and came away from it without any tickets. Would it be too much to ask for cops to understand the laws that they are enforcing?

Does that even make sense? You don't know how to ride a bike, so you should carry a passenger? Even if you don't know the law, use common sense.

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Yesterday showed exactly why.

I was riding home (cbr) and since my penis is tucked well under my butt, and not to visible it was only a matter of time before I got pulled over for it.

So I got pulled over and asked me about my penis, called it in and of course , it said i had a procedure done. Asked me for my transexual id card and he saw it, said "thats all" and said have a good night.

Lesson of the day, anybody thinking about having the procedure done, it only takes a random officer to pull you over just to check if your a man.


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This is what really happened...





Mark, believe me, this can never die. Nevar.
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You're is a contraction of you and are.

You're a tranny, you're a curb jumper.


Your is the possesive form of you.

Your bike hit a curb, your picture looks like that tranny's picture.



BA, Mark probably made a typo, not a grammatical error. I am then the spelling police.





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The whole passenger permit thing is retarded. If Mnady and I rode her bike at the same time we would max out her bikes weight limit. I am a little big boned.
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Its good for a reminder that you will get randomly pulled over
In my opinion.....it isn't RANDOMLY getting pulled over when you give an officer a reason to. Cops can't just pull people over at random to check their information out, that would be a civil rights violations

If you don't violate the Illinois Vehicle Code then you won't have to worry about getting pulled over....unless you're one of those hoping you'll get lucky with a hottie female cop being the officer

I would pull a bike over if the plate wasn't legally displayed, such as in this situation, where I can not see easily just to 1-make sure you have a plate and 2-make sure the bike isn't stolen.
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Would it be too much to ask for cops to understand the laws that they are enforcing?
Good reason to be slightly familiar with traffic laws yourself so you dont meet Officer Retard who is going to write you for something he shouldn't. If anyone ever gets written something that they shouldnt, just research it and go to court well informed to defend the citation.
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In my opinion.....it isn't RANDOMLY getting pulled over when you give an officer a reason to. Cops can't just pull people over at random to check their information out, that would be a civil rights violations

If you don't violate the Illinois Vehicle Code then you won't have to worry about getting pulled over....unless you're one of those hoping you'll get lucky with a hottie female cop being the officer

I would pull a bike over if the plate wasn't legally displayed, such as in this situation, where I can not see easily just to 1-make sure you have a plate and 2-make sure the bike isn't stolen.
i was hoping it was you but then a guy got outta the car

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This is why I think having your plate under the seat is a tool move.


Don't get me wrong, I love the way it makes the bike look however,
It gives the Police a *reason* to pull you over if they feel like it.

Then you get the inspection.....


The point of the thread is a good one..... but the real advice is have
your stuff in order and avoid obvious legal equipment violations that
allow you to be hassled by the police.

This applies to no front plate on your car, tinted windows on the
front doors of your car and a bunch of other stuff too.


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