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Old 08-25-2010, 09:56 AM   #1
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I know other people on here have got one of these tickets. how did you take care of it? how much did it cost? Can i take a BRC and have the ticket dropped?
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Old 08-25-2010, 10:00 AM   #2
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Lucky they Didnt cuff you and tow the bike.

I go mine dropped by taking MSF and having all done within 2 weeks of getting the ticket. Then I talked with the DA in friendswood where I got te ticket and dismissed it with a $20 court cost.
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Cool thanks. yea he just gave me the ticket, told me to call someone to come get the bike and me then left. i got the bike loaded and when pulling out i saw him waiting for me down the road. good thing i didn't hopw back on and take off like i wanted too.
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kemah po po. he wasnt a so the only complaint i have was him giving me a ticket lol. especially seens i'm waiting to leave for the air force and this could possibly set it back. doubtful though
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Dont have a whole lotta sympathy for you. Frankly, I have nothing but contempt for those who think they can just get out on a public road on a bike without a license. Its no different than driving a car - and in many ways is worse.

Personally, I wish they'd towed the bike.
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Dont have a whole lotta sympathy for you. Frankly, I have nothing but contempt for those who think they can just get out on a public road on a bike without a license. Its no different than driving a car - and in many ways is worse.

Personally, I wish they'd towed the bike.

That's a "little" harsh.... but I don't completely disagree.

They isn't fooling no more.... No M endorsement, no drive.

Good for the PD for not towing and good for you for not being stupid
and taking off as soon as you thought he was out of eyesight.

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That's a "little" harsh.... but I don't completely disagree.
To me - its simple. Want to ride on public roads? Get a license. Same with driving.

We all get at a guy who drives a car without a license, why not the same for bikers?
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Wow, bro u seem to be very harsh wishing bad luck on another fellow when no incident or accident occurred. I know a few people who didnt get their license at 16 and got tickets for no license and were let go at the cops discretion, that doesnt mean they dont know how to ride. I even got into the same situation when i first got my bike, and the cop was lienient and let me go. Don't take this the wrong way and put me on your shitlist, but u should lighten up on your opinions . Thats not kind to wish bad on someone, I am a very devout christian and its our duty as children of to give forgiveness to others who wish us harm.Go take a ride to enjoy life. I'm sure if you had a child and taught them how to drive correctly before they could get a license and if they got popped and got bashed on here from someone wishing they got a harsh situation out of it you would be getting upset with that person for wanting bad on ya.. Imma pray for ya tonight bro.. bless
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Wow, bro u seem to be very harsh wishing bad luck on another fellow when no incident or accident occurred. I know a few people who didnt get their license at 16 and got tickets for no license and were let go at the cops discretion, that doesnt mean they dont know how to ride. I even got into the same situation when i first got my bike, and the cop was lienient and let me go. Don't take this the wrong way and put me on your shitlist, but u should lighten up on your opinions . Thats not kind to wish bad on someone, I am a very devout christian and its our duty as children of to give forgiveness to others who wish us harm.Go take a ride to enjoy life. I'm sure if you had a child and taught them how to drive correctly before they could get a license and if they got popped and got bashed on here from someone wishing they got a harsh situation out of it you would be getting upset with that person for wanting bad on ya.. Imma pray for ya tonight bro.. bless
Ah - so I should endorse behavior that puts us all at risk for "enhanced enforcement"?

Yeah - good luck with that one.

Nice attempt at an appeal to emotion with the kid thing, but I'm pretty consistent in my opinions. Yeah - i'd want the car my kid was driving to get towed, and she'd likely spend the night in jail before I could be bothered to come bail her out.

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Yeah - good luck with that one.

Nice attempt at an appeal to emotion with the kid thing, but I'm pretty consistent in my opinions. Yeah - i'd want the car my kid was driving to get towed, and she'd likely spend the night in jail before I could be bothered to come bail her out.

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