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Old 11-08-2006, 08:11 PM   #61
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anyone ever been in trouble for reckless driving formally known as whoolieing ? what is the fine
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Ok i want to know what are they calling reckless driving? Doing a whellie, does it matter if i was on a 250? If so would i have been arrested? ok so size of engine does not matter right? what if i were on a mountain bike on the road would i have been arrested? because state law requires bike to follow same rules as cars. Then maybe it was becasue i was on one wheel. what if i were on a unicycle, would i have been arrested? Or what if i was in a car that pulled the front wheels off the ground does this not count because there are to wheels still on the ground? this is known as exhibition of exceleration which is just a traffic ticket. i think i will tell the cop to go to this neighborhood where i know there has been recent reckless driving by 8 year olds on thier bmx bikes in this neghborhood.

? Not to me, seems more like more questions with a joke tossed in.
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:12 PM   #62
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a woman gets a dui and because the lawyer said was that your straight line that she walked or hers she got off with no charge
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:12 PM   #63
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dui is driving under the influence of any drug
dwi is dring while intoxicated

looks like i know the law better than you huh
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:15 PM   #64
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like i said before i talk to a judge everyday i go into work

im not have a battle of wits with an unarmed person
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:15 PM   #65
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/close flame thread.

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Old 11-08-2006, 08:16 PM   #66
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like i said before i talk to a judge everyday i go into work

im not have a battle of wits with an unarmed person

I talk to a fat, indian, partially balding guy every day I go in to work!
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:18 PM   #68
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I don't care who you talk to.....you misheard him/her. READ THE PENAL CODE....thank you come again.

I watch Judge Juty once a week so I know the law in and out.. Anyone care to go toe to toe with me???
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:20 PM   #69
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People think they hear stuff but they are just misinformed. Believe anything you hear and not read for yourself. I agree this thread can close.
aw but it was just getting good!
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:27 PM   #70
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http://www.dwi.com/texas/texas-dwi-terms

DUI = Driving under the Influence
DWI = Driving while intoxicated

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Texas DUIA Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is classified as a class "C" misdemeanor. This means that you can not receive jail time and a maximum fine of $500.00. (for a first offense, for subsequent offenses you can receive significant jail time). However, along with this fine can be probation, along with community service and alcohol awareness classes. Likewise, the Texas Department of Public Safety will issue a notice of suspension and try to suspend the minors drivers license in the majority of these cases. This license suspension is the same administrative license revocation (ALR) process that is used in adult cases.

Texas DWIAlcohol and drug-related traffic offenses, commonly known as driving while intoxicated (DWI), are frequently prosecuted criminal offenses, and also carry with them administrative penalties. If the alcohol concentration in a person's blood, breath, or urine is .08 percent or greater, the person is considered intoxicated by law. Under some circumstances, the legal definition of intoxication is met even if a person's alcohol concentration is lower than .08 percent. Having alcohol, a drug, or a controlled substance in one's body that causes loss of normal use of mental or physical faculties also is considered intoxication. If the person is operating a vehicle, vessel, or even water skis in a public place, he or she is considered to be driving while intoxicated, which is a Class B misdemeanor. Boating or operating an aircraft while intoxicated also are crimes.
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Old 11-08-2006, 08:36 PM   #71
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go to court and be like it was some other guy.. cop thought it was me!
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Old 11-09-2006, 02:55 PM   #72
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listen fools...when i ride the streets all i do is ride on one...thats why i dont ride the streets..what i am saying is the law is that it's illegal to do a wheelie on public roads...so if you do them and get caught dont get on here and about it..i wasn't aloud too..so you shouldn't be either...if you want to be serious about wheelies take it to a lot or go buy a honda 50....i'm not hating i just dont have sympathy for you
But see that is the problem I think wheeliing on 50s is goofy feeling and I don't like doing slow stuff in parking lots. I like doing 50mph to 130mph wheelies. You gotta have BIG parking lot to pop speed wheelies in. But I don't like sitting in cop cars either so now I go country or a refinery road that is desserted but I sure miss showing off fer all the nice folks on the freeway that are having another boring day until I wheelied by. :laughing6
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Old 11-09-2006, 03:41 PM   #73
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MotoHouston.com your one stop shop for everything under the sun and to officially inform the masses that ASI is dead.
yah hoss, dead do the masses so jackasses like yourself stay at home. i went last night and ASI was alive and well. about 200 bikes i would say. had a blast
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:24 PM   #75
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Glad you had a blast, maybe I'll go one nite to see what it is all about. All I keep hearing here is ASI was taken over by idiots and everyone hauls when the cops come. I'll go early and see the action and take off before 300 people show up.
its a cool place to meet or whatever, but recently there have been so many cars. last night there were duellys and f250's doing donuts and drifting and s***. so we left and went for a ride.
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its a cool place to meet or whatever, but recently there have been so many cars. last night there were duellys and f250's doing donuts and drifting and s***. so we left and went for a ride.
What was the deal with the big ford dually with mud all over it? When I went by he was sitting half in the lot and half out in the street.
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What was the deal with the big ford dually with mud all over it? When I went by he was sitting half in the lot and half out in the street.
i dont know he was just creepin around then he started burnin out and s*** in the parkin lot, then the other new F250 thought he would join in.
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The ford I saw was like a pre '96 bodystyle. It was ragged and dirty and causing a traffic hazard.
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The ford I saw was like a pre '96 bodystyle. It was ragged and dirty and causing a traffic hazard.
yeah the white one with all the mud on it, i saw him too, he was there for a while
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