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Old 07-12-2005, 08:19 AM   #21
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lol a group of us rolled out to Galveston then to Crystal Beach and when we got on the Ferry 5 0 with the gyus and gave one of my friends a ticket BUT WE CAN BLAME U ANTHONY BWAAHAHA i dont even think he gets on here.. anywho he hit the rev limiter (if thats what its called i can be dumb) and here come the po po's lol!
I took my Zuk to galveston a couple weeks ago, on the ferry there were cops just walking around looking at cars and such for violations. They definately look at vehicles with paper plates on the back, also looking at inspection and registration of course.
Point is, they got you where you cant do nothing, so, if your not legit, dont go, they are gonna find ya.
LOL!!! When we were there last weekend, I noticed that very thing - cops hanging out near the exit for the ferry landing nailing people for whatever. I got a little nervous because I don't have a front plate on Sluggo III but all my other stuff is current so I guess they left me alone.
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Old 07-12-2005, 09:43 AM   #22
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Re: cop trouble

Police can pull you over for just about anything. The bike can be completely up to date and you can do something, anything "illegal" and get pulled over. The only people to blame for Police Action are people who constantly break the law. A good example is the Forest Run. Ya get dozens of bikes in the area going 100+ mph, not to mention accidents, and there's bound to be a reaction. One other thing people should remember....you can go to jail for anything except speeding. AND the laws for reckless driving are very pretty loose. A friend of mine got thrown in jail for reckless driving and it cost him a load of cash to get it cleared. The phrase to remeber is that there's a time and place for everything, If you get pulled over...show respect, have your bike up to date and don't pop-off. Police are people, too. Personally, respect goes a long way and for the most part will get you a written warning.
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Old 07-12-2005, 10:31 AM   #23
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FTP. Profiling is ILLEGAL. Don't be afraid to question authority. Make sure your is covered.
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of course profiling is illegal, buts thats life
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