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 Post subject: P-Plate Thieves!!!
PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 3:18 pm 
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With the new law, my p-plates constantly go missing, who else has had this happen to them? Why can't people get their own p-plates they are free! :evil:


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people are lazy and pricks and also fucking assholes lol

keep some in your glovebox incase that happens again

didnt get a ticket did you?

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ZEi20T wrote:
people are lazy


I am also lazy, and cant be bothered to go to the rta as well, i buy mine, which makes me even more angry.

Nah i havent been booked yet. luckily


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thats stirs me as well :evil:

i used to have the stick-on ones on the inside and they were awesome, but now i cant use them because of the new law...

as zei said i just keep some spares in the glovebox

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cable ties FTW... 8)


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 Post subject: Re: P-Plate Thieves!!!
PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 5:45 pm 
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PhuS15 wrote:
With the new law, my p-plates constantly go missing, who else has had this happen to them? Why can't people get their own p-plates they are free! :evil:

They don't steal them because they need to use them themselves. They do it to mess with you.
What makes this even more stupid than it already is is that these people probably don't even know you and wont be there to supposedly laugh when you get busted.
I'll never understand the mentality of some people out there...


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fergo308 wrote:
cable ties FTW... 8)


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hmm.. yeh.... I cable tie mine onto my towbar.

It's been ripped off my towbar about 10 times in the past 3 months though. Atleast cable ties are free from work and P plates are free from the RTA.


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make a few out of sheet metal and sharpen the edges so whichever little peaked white nike hat wearing 16 year old steals them, loses a finger :lol:

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make a few out of sheet metal and sharpen the edges so whichever little peaked white nike hat wearing 16 year old steals them, loses a finger :lol:


I second this idea, sounds like fun =D


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heerohua wrote:
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make a few out of sheet metal and sharpen the edges so whichever little peaked white nike hat wearing 16 year old steals them, loses a finger :lol:


I second this idea, sounds like fun =D


+1, then i can laugh at them


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How much do you spend on p-plates dude?

Anyone about to get their greens: Get the symbols painted on your boot and bonnet and clear-coated over, itll cost $200 bucks but last until you get your new license and paint over it - you might break even! :lol:

I wish I'd thought of that when i got mine!


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ive got a stack of spare green p's for whoever wants them. ill bring them to the next meet with me.


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i fidn that mine, when secured by wedging it in somewhere, the stiffness of my car shakes them off, obviously s15s dont like to wear plates.

i know this because i check before i drive, and once i checked after i got where i was going, and they gone, so unless there is some cheeky bugger at the lights, ducking low and knicking them...


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cable ties are a good idea. mine fell of everytime due to the stiffness of the ride and now i tied them up and no more problems :)


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so unless there is some cheeky bugger at the lights, ducking low and knicking them...


Drats! My plans have been flawed yet again! If only it wasn't for you meddlesome kids!


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