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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:39 am 
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thanks and sorry zei for the trouble

i'm sure with ur car u prolly cop the same stuff regulary any way i'll go and have a snooze and sleep on it

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nope i dont get problems very often at all actually!

it might be my attitude :P

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These times are not really the best times to drive a mod car.
As said before, police doing their job and "sport" cars attract their attention easily.
Bad luck mate!

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ZEi20T wrote:
nope i dont get problems very often at all actually!

it might be my attitude :P


or cos ur cars stock. :P

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nope i dont get problems very often at all actually!

it might be my attitude :P


or cos ur cars stock. :P


HAH

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my car sounds far from stock!

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ZEi20T wrote:
nope i dont get problems very often at all actually!

it might be my attitude :P


OH Yeah? I bet you turn on the charm and let a nipple slip dont ya? See, that's where everyone else is gettin it wrong!


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i would if it had the details all it says is HWP in the unit and no authority number no officer name or number nothing


I'm no expert in law or anything, but if the ticket wasnt filled out properly you may be able to get out of it. I've heard stories (don't know if their true tho) of people being fined with incorrect or incomplete information on the fine, actually getting out of it as the simple process of fining you was done incorrectly.
You may wanna look into that.

Do we have any police who are members who could shed some light on the subject?


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Do we have any police who are members who could shed some light on the subject?

...eventually...one day :P

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nearly got done for mis matching engine numbers. all fixed now but, fuck that was one scary night.

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i would if it had the details all it says is HWP in the unit and no authority number no officer name or number nothing


I'm no expert in law or anything, but if the ticket wasnt filled out properly you may be able to get out of it. I've heard stories (don't know if their true tho) of people being fined with incorrect or incomplete information on the fine, actually getting out of it as the simple process of fining you was done incorrectly.
You may wanna look into that.

Do we have any police who are members who could shed some light on the subject?


im no copper but if u really thought it was worth it u can probably beat that fine, these days the tiniest little information left out will mean a +1 for yourself. :)


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nearly got done for mis matching engine numbers. all fixed now but, fuck that was one scary night.


Wonder how they would go about checking stuff up with me... after the conversion i was only required to update records at the RTA and not the compliance plate......

Did the cops look up the RTA records or just try to do you over for the compliance plate not matching the engine?

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