In Texas, their driver license study book says on
first page...sumarzing the phrase... that if its
only on the road temporilly for private use then
no lic or tag needed. "yes officer, just temporary
on hollday then will park it till time to temporay
travel to work and back."
So please expand on how to make this auto vs motor
mobile distinction to courts...providing of course
you don't diqualify em on oath issue frogman style.
hobot - got 'not for hire' in front and rear windows
> John Wilde wrote:
> You're statement is technically correct. The only thing you
> need to know is when do the rules apply. The problem is not the
> driver's license. The problem is the car. If it is an
> automobile, then the current laws, as they have been enacted
> don't apply. However, if you have declared your automobile to
> be a motor vehicle (and it is you, not the California), then you
> better have a driver's license and insurance when using it. The
> trick is knowing whether your property is or is not a motor
> And it does not matter who you are. The law doesn't care.
> All the motor vehicle laws turn on whether the property is or is
> not a motor vehicle or vehicle ------ PERIOD.
> John Wilde