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Old 10-04-2013, 10:46 AM   #41
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Well it's good to know about Hunter Creek, I go that way to work all the time. Won't be doing that anymore.

I used to lane split during rush hour down voss all the time....won't be doing that anymore


and yeah, I just read online I can mail in a picture of the license plate in the correct location with $10 and that's that.

So I will be duct taping the plate on the tail and taking a picture
FWIW Memorial Village (Hunters Creek, Spring Valley, Hedwig, etc....) do not patrol the freeways or at least didn't back when I lived there.

Seriously, you a LUCKY to not of gotten hauled off by Hunters Creek (Memorial Villages). Those guys are always a PIA if you do not live in the immediate area.
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:53 AM   #42
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Even with a signed title and bill of sale, you are not the legal owner until to go to the tax office and pay the taxes and transfer the title into your name....(and I am not even going to go into the license plate )

So instead of blaming it on the idiots in NY, man up and admit you made a mistake, got a ticket, and move on with your day....
I admitted I made a mistake. I still think I was targeted for being on a sport bike.

But people on here making me out to seem like a criminal because I swapped a plate from a bike I own is ridiculous.

I think next time if the previous owner wants to keep the plate I'll just find another bike LOL
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I admitted I made a mistake. I still think I was targeted for being on a sport bike.

But people on here making me out to seem like a criminal because I swapped a plate from a bike I own is ridiculous.

I think next time if the previous owner wants to keep the plate I'll just find another bike LOL
You were targeted because you were on a sport bike.
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I admitted I made a mistake. I still think I was targeted for being on a sport bike.

But people on here making me out to seem like a criminal because I swapped a plate from a bike I own is ridiculous.

I think next time if the previous owner wants to keep the plate I'll just find another bike LOL
You still don't understand the difference between no plate, and a plate from another vehicle. No plate is just that, you haven't registered the bike for whatever reason. Plate from another bike is what someone does when they either stole a bike, or want to rob a bank or any other criminal act.
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Old 10-04-2013, 11:10 AM   #45
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For all he knows it's my only transport....then what.


these guys, this NYC and racing on the highways is it up for everyone


Come on dude, you yourself. They've been pulling over bikes with obscured plates for years. It's not always someone else's fault
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I admitted I made a mistake. I still think I was targeted for being on a sport bike.

But people on here making me out to seem like a criminal because I swapped a plate from a bike I own is ridiculous.

I think next time if the previous owner wants to keep the plate I'll just find another bike LOL
By law, when we take a preowned bike in, we remove the current plate, and when it is sold, we register a new plate to it...

Selling to an individual is a tough one, since the owner will want to keep the plate to cover themselves, and the buyer will want a plate on it, best answer, trailer home, then drive (not ride the bike) to the DMV to get registered and a new plate...
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Old 10-04-2013, 11:18 AM   #47
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Come on dude, you yourself. They've been pulling over bikes with obscured plates for years. It's not always someone else's fault
It was a BS ticket. If I had my plate screwed flat to my tail section...ok it's obscured. It is visible, a lot more so than most bikes I see. My point is he gave me a ticket because he had to find SOMETHING to write a sport bike rider for.
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I admitted I made a mistake. I still think I was targeted for being on a sport bike.
No - you were targeted for having a false, obscured plate on your bike.
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But people on here making me out to seem like a criminal because I swapped a plate from a bike I own is ridiculous.
By the letter of the law, and in fact, you are a criminal because of that. You have the ticket to prove it.
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I think next time if the previous owner wants to keep the plate I'll just find another bike LOL
Or you COULD do what countless other people have done and trailer the thing...just a thought.
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It was a BS ticket. If I had my plate screwed flat to my tail section...ok it's obscured. It is visible, a lot more so than most bikes I see. My point is he gave me a ticket because he had to find SOMETHING to write a sport bike rider for.
Just man up, admit you up, and move on.
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It was a BS ticket. If I had my plate screwed flat to my tail section...ok it's obscured. It is visible, a lot more so than most bikes I see. My point is he gave me a ticket because he had to find SOMETHING to write a sport bike rider for.
I get it now.


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You should still be in jail right now. stop whining about a ticket. Holy . What happens when you drop your pacifier? I wouldnt want to hear that wail!!
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No - you were targeted for having a false, obscured plate on your bike.
False? False is a plate I stole off a bike, not one to a bike in my name in my garage.

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By the letter of the law, and in fact, you are a criminal because of that. You have the ticket to prove it.
Really?? dude. Ok I'm a criminial, lock me up.

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Or you COULD do what countless other people have done and trailer the thing...just a thought.
Yeah, lemme trailer the bike, I'm sure that's what everyone does until they can go stand in line for 2 hours at the tax office. Do people get roasted this hard on here for running from the cops and racing/weeving in and out of traffic on the highway?
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False? False is a plate I stole off a bike, not one to a bike in my name in my garage.



Really?? dude. Ok I'm a criminial, lock me up.



Yeah, lemme trailer the bike, I'm sure that's what everyone does until the go stand in line for 2 hours at the tax office
You don't need your bike at the tax office, just all of the paper work.
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You are lucky you aren't in jail. I accidentally put the wrong registration tag on my car once when I went and got two tags for two different cars and had to beg the officer not to take me to jail. I didn't even know they could tell. Not sure what level of offense it is here but in California I believe it is a felony. You got off easy.
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False? False is a plate I stole off a bike, not one to a bike in my name in my garage.



Really?? dude. Ok I'm a criminial, lock me up.



Yeah, lemme trailer the bike, I'm sure that's what everyone does until the go stand in line for 2 hours at the tax office
You really are dumb, arent you?

Who says you TAKE THE VEHICLE TO THE TAX OFFICE??? No one does. You drive there, get your plate, drive home, install the plate, then you are legal.

This is how it happens in every state I have been to. It isnt rocket science, or even 3rd grade science.
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You should still be in jail right now. stop whining about a ticket. Holy . What happens when you drop your pacifier? I wouldnt want to hear that wail!!
I should go to jail for having a fender eliminator, and using a plate off one of my completely legal bikes......
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You really are dumb, arent you?

Who says you TAKE THE VEHICLE TO THE TAX OFFICE??? No one does. You drive there, get your plate, drive home, install the plate, then you are legal.

This is how it happens in every state I have been to. It isnt rocket science, or even 3rd grade science.
I did not understand it was such a huge deal to use a plate from a bike I own, I wanted to ride the bike today. I figured I would go ahead and swap it since I'm riding, pretty simple.


How can I recognize you at the next meet, you are a dude
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I should go to jail for having a fender eliminator, and using a plate off one of my completely legal bikes......
You are retarded. Maybe the dumbest I have ever seen.
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I did not understand it was such a huge deal to use a plate from a bike I own, I wanted to ride the bike today. I figured I would go ahead and swap it since I'm riding, pretty simple.


How can I recognize you at the next meet, you are a dude
I'l come to Katy after work. You are STILL about getting a ticket, when you deserve to be raped. DUH
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Yeah, I'm definitely the biggest idiot on motohouston. you dude, you're a douche.
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Yeah, I'm definitely the biggest idiot on motohouston. you dude, you're a douche.
I DIDNT SWITCH PLATES. No resonably intelligent individual would think this is right.

Go back to NC, and your cousin/uncle.

I didnt imply that you are the dumbest on MH, I meant the dumbest in TX.
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