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Old 23-Mar-2008, 12:54 PM
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big licence problems

wussup guyz
i got a big issue and im hoping someone can help me out,
my licence got suspended for 6 monthz recently and i need it back...ASAP
i have 14 pointz on on my licence and i whole lot of fines
if someone knows a really really really good traffik lawyer could you please let me know,
also if you have any suggestions as to how i can get my licence back please feel free to throw thingz out there as im am willing to try anything and everything
thankz alot
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 10:12 AM
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also if you have any suggestions as to how i can get my licence back please feel free to throw thingz out there as im am willing to try anything and everything
Try waiting out the full six months.

There is no way to shorten suspension periods.

There is a way to increase the length of your suspension though. Just drive without your license to see how that works.

By the way, your insurance coverage is void if you do choose to go ahead and drive without a valid driver's license.
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 10:53 AM
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Congratulations Ali, you've just single-handedly & successfully refuted (perhaps disproven) the long-standing theory of natural selection. Right here. Right now.

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Old 26-Mar-2008, 11:09 AM
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to notz driving likez an idiotz.
and maybe spelling withoutz ****z ZZZZZZ and you might get more responses
you actually have to try and hit z every time instead of the normal word where is comes naturally to pick the proper letter
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 04:11 PM
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Yeah, but he didn't use "z" in the title. Should be: big lizenze problemz.
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by TroubEL View Post
Congratulations Ali, you've just single-handedly & successfully refuted (perhaps disproven) the long-standing theory of natural selection. Right here. Right now.
LOL, but on a serious note.

Someone with 14 points and a whole lot of fines, even if I actually could help you out, I really don't feel compelled to help you get your license back.

I don't know the full story of how you got your points and fines, but I'd err on the side of caution that you might just be a careless driver.

How about taking the 6 months to reflect on your suspension and being a more responsible driver?
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 05:11 PM
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I have wayy more then a mere 14 points, stop complaining.
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 05:50 PM
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Holy!...How old are you? 17?

Myself i once lost so many points when i was around 18. MTO or Lisence Bureau mailed me to come in for an interview :S Handled that on my own.

Otherwise, you got your lisence suspended? Whatever you did was way over the line. If i could help, i wouldn't. Hope you learned your lesson.

Take it eazezzzzzz!

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Old 26-Mar-2008, 07:08 PM
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Pleeze, stop harazzing thiz wizz dude... Enuffz enuffzzz.
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 07:27 PM
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lol. Try 2 dangerous driving charges, 2 speeding tickets 40 over, failure to stop at a stop sign, driving the wrong way on a one way road. You add it up. I'm 18, I had the interview wayyyy back when, now its all just court dates.
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 09:50 PM
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They shouldnt give you your license back for 6 years, all those years of paying high insurance because I get grouped in with people like you, not to mention I cant find insurance for my modded Honda because all these ricer clowns out there drive like they think they have talent or are running in the Indy 500. Let this be a lesson, 17 years old and 14 points? You should be thankfull its only a 6 months suspension
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Old 26-Mar-2008, 09:58 PM
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alimandan, the snow is starting to melt how about you try riding a bicycle. They don't require insurance.
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Old 27-Mar-2008, 01:32 AM
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ok wow...i just re-read my post and in no part of it did it say please act like little bitchez and tell me how stupid something i already know, was stupid, and please tell me, you people who wrote little essays on how somebody used a z instead of an s, have you nothing better to do than pick on something so insignificant? i apologize for not being grammatically correct, take it ezZzy. also, i am not 17, nor am i close to being 17, but why does that even matter? all you people do the exact same thing, you just dont get caught, and no, before you get ahead of me here, its not because you're oh so super smart, its because you're lucky. and then theres all you people who cant even talk about how stupid i am because they dont even know what i did to get into such a ****ty position. and so with that being siad, sorry, made a little error there, i meant, said, please dont pick on that too...i didnt mean it. if anybody wants to actually help, please post something, for all of you who want to whine and complain on how todays youths are, single-handedly, distroying society as we know it, screw off and go tell somebody who actually cares.
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Old 27-Mar-2008, 01:37 AM
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all you people do the exact same thing, you just dont get caught, and no, before you get ahead of me here, its not because you're oh so super smart, its because you're lucky.

no we dont' all do the same thing. i used to drive like an idiot. i grew up.
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ok wow...i just re-read my post and in no part of it did it say please act like little bitchez and tell me how stupid something i already know, was stupid, and please tell me, you people who wrote little essays on how somebody used a z instead of an s, have you nothing better to do than pick on something so insignificant? i apologize for not being grammatically correct, take it ezZzy. also, i am not 17, nor am i close to being 17, but why does that even matter? all you people do the exact same thing, you just dont get caught, and no, before you get ahead of me here, its not because you're oh so super smart, its because you're lucky. and then theres all you people who cant even talk about how stupid i am because they dont even know what i did to get into such a ****ty position. and so with that being siad, sorry, made a little error there, i meant, said, please dont pick on that too...i didnt mean it. if anybody wants to actually help, please post something, for all of you who want to whine and complain on how todays youths are, single-handedly, distroying society as we know it, screw off and go tell somebody who actually cares.
please and thank you
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I never drove like a tool. Never came close to losing my lisence and never lost one point. Had 4 tickets in my life so far all 15 over.... which 2 were reduced because I was being truthfull.
To assume everyone does it and you just got caught is BS. Are you fuc*ing kidding me? Right the whole police force is out to get your a$s only I forgot. I doubt you managed to get all those points for one incident so please spare us your BS excuses and man up. You were big enough to get yourself in this mess so take some responsibility and get yourself out of this mess.
Majority of people in here have never been in your situation. You want advice..... call a decent lawyer for representation and act like a gentleman in court because judges love to knock people off their high horses.
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Old 27-Mar-2008, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Polkaroo Killa View Post
alimandan, the snow is starting to melt how about you try riding a bicycle. They don't require insurance.
ditto.. your screwed for a while now..
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Old 27-Mar-2008, 09:59 AM
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I have no tickets in 7 years, I drive slight defensively and I pick and choose my times when to do more than 10 over ie country roads. I drove a whole summer with an exhaust thats probaly 120 db+ and never got pulled over. Its all in how you drive, drive like an asshat ricer clown or drive a ghetto rigged ricebucket and of course your going to be targeted. Get your head out of your *** if you think somehow we are all lucky and the police are out to get you. Its also how you act and talk to the officer when you get pulled over that will determine if and how badly your going to get ticketed. Most young guys show no respect and yes I am so smart, I understood the importance of not driving aggressively/getting tickets as it could result in high insurance, license suspension which would be a disaster since a license is one of the most important things in my life. I didnt figure that out after the fact and then come whining on an online message board.

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Old 27-Mar-2008, 10:11 AM
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If I were you I would get a lawyer, go to court wearing a suit/looking professional. When you do get your license back its going to be 3 years of driving before your insurance is going to be somewhat normal again, dont get any tickets. I dont know how old you are but for me anyway, without my license I dont have my job and I lose a huge freedom.
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