16932RE: [tips_and_tricks] Re: Request for Help: Denton County Traffic
- May 10, 2009jai mann wrote:
> A little trick that I've been using to circumvent the issue of notThat was a great idea. I made my own out of plexiglass and 3M colored
> having a plate (because you WILL stand out and get harassed) was to
> just have a custom front and back made with the name of the dealer and
> the brand of the car (start observing these plates to come up with
> your own ideas which will blend in...). I live on an entirely
> different coast now but I haven't been pulled over yet. You stand out
> less because there are others who are driving with actual dealer
> plates on their car. My research indicates that I'm not "breaking" the
> law. I stand out less and I don't submit to the organized fraud/ theft
> that is the DMV. You'll get over the adrenaline rushes from seeing
> police after a number of encounters when you aren't punished by being
> targeted (although it could happen). Just keep your car in good shape,
> drive responsibly, and you're in the clear. I don't have to worry
> about all the bills associated with commerce related "privileges"
> (license, emissions, plates, tags,etc.).
marking tapes. It was designed to look like a real plate to anyone who
didn't look at any of the details, then it was made to be a joke.
Instead of "California" it said "Constitution"; instead of Feb(ruary) it
had Fab(ulous). The big letters were FREE2B. It was so good it got
parking tickets made out to it and left on the windshield!
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