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Joker1919

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Motorhead or Jon I have a question. I'm not real sure how your guys state laws would apply to mine but you could give me a general idea. You see my stupid ass sister-in law has been driving around with my niece and nephews and this holler monkey ass bitch has never had a drives licenses. Shit she has been caught driving with out one once or twice I'm not sure but each time they say she has to go to traffic school. What I was wondering is does each time she gets caught count against her till they finally do something about it or what? I wouldn't even care if she wasn't driving the kids around. Hell that bitch can slide into a family of 6 by herself for all I care. I just want to know if she could possibly get her ass busted for not having one. Thanks for the input guys.
 

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It really depends on the action of the police officer who initiated the stop. If a ticket was issued and she went to court for either failure to provide license or no permit or operating after suspension or revocation then there is a record of the number of times she's been charged with that particular violation, if there were just verbal warnings or they let another licensed driver in the same vehicle resume operation then that wouldn't be recorded as a violation. Some states are tough of operating w/o a license while other like DC used to be a lockup and you pay what's called "Collateral" meaning you pay fine while at jail and then the case is viewed as complete, no further appearances required. It also depends on the judge. Some will give people a break while others will throw the book at you.
 

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No clue how they do it down south of me in the KY. But, I would imagine like most states if she is getting a ticket whenever she is stopped, they will catch up to her. Like in Indiana it starts out as a ticket for operator never licensed then you get your license suspended (without even having one) after a few ONL tickets. Suspension starts as infraction, then goes up to misdemeanor and even felony after so many offenses. I would think KY would do something similar. Hell, call your local state cop post and ask em.
 

Joker1919

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No clue how they do it down south of me in the KY. But, I would imagine like most states if she is getting a ticket whenever she is stopped, they will catch up to her. Like in Indiana it starts out as a ticket for operator never licensed then you get your license suspended (without even having one) after a few ONL tickets. Suspension starts as infraction, then goes up to misdemeanor and even felony after so many offenses. I would think KY would do something similar. Hell, call your local state cop post and ask em.
I don't even have to call the post I went to school with about 10 state cops. I was just getting some info from some of my fellow degenerates is all. Thanks for the quick reply Jon
 

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Like, how old is she? I've never understood how people just continue to drive without a license, it just seems like one of the easiest crimes to NOT commit. Ya know? Ya go get your license BOOM, no more tickets dude! No more car getting towed.


Fuck, my old dept, they tow EVERYTHING now. Dept. policy, any miss or felony involving the vehicle and/or driver = towing your shit! DUI, tow it. Bag o weed on driver, tow it. Driver no licensed? tow it! And the worst, old lady with expired plates? TOW IT! If they don't tow grandma's car for the 2day expired tags? 2 day suspension! Fucking overboard!
 

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I would summons her (mandatory appearance before the judge) for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. I'm sure if she doesn't have a license, she likely doesn't have any insurance, and that would be mean a second charge. The traffic court judge might be nice and write an order for her to obtain a license in so many days, bring it to his court and he would throw out the charge OR if she didn't he could issue a bench warrant for contempt.
 

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I would summons her (mandatory appearance before the judge) for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. I'm sure if she doesn't have a license, she likely doesn't have any insurance, and that would be mean a second charge. The traffic court judge might be nice and write an order for her to obtain a license in so many days, bring it to his court and he would throw out the charge OR if she didn't he could issue a bench warrant for contempt.
You bring up a great point. No insurance. I NEVER have let that one slide. Probably never will. I've been victim to uninsured assholes twice in the past 20 years. I despise it. I know what it's like to take out a loan for $4,500 when your in college to get your vehicle fixed so your insurance doesn't go up. Fucking foreign students at U of I never had fucking insurance!
 

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Like, how old is she? I've never understood how people just continue to drive without a license, it just seems like one of the easiest crimes to NOT commit. Ya know? Ya go get your license BOOM, no more tickets dude! No more car getting towed.


Fuck, my old dept, they tow EVERYTHING now. Dept. policy, any miss or felony involving the vehicle and/or driver = towing your shit! DUI, tow it. Bag o weed on driver, tow it. Driver no licensed? tow it! And the worst, old lady with expired plates? TOW IT! If they don't tow grandma's car for the 2day expired tags? 2 day suspension! Fucking overboard!
If she has kids in the car, I'd call the shift supervisor. She'd likely be told to drive home and given a warning that if we see her on the road that she will get the bracelets and her kids will go to CPS.
 

Joker1919

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Like, how old is she? I've never understood how people just continue to drive without a license, it just seems like one of the easiest crimes to NOT commit. Ya know? Ya go get your license BOOM, no more tickets dude! No more car getting towed.


Fuck, my old dept, they tow EVERYTHING now. Dept. policy, any miss or felony involving the vehicle and/or driver = towing your shit! DUI, tow it. Bag o weed on driver, tow it. Driver no licensed? tow it! And the worst, old lady with expired plates? TOW IT! If they don't tow grandma's car for the 2day expired tags? 2 day suspension! Fucking overboard!
Lets just say she is old enough to know better but too fucking stupid to do anything about it.
 

Joker1919

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If she has kids in the car, I'd call the shift supervisor. She'd likely be told to drive home and given a warning that if we see her on the road that she will get the bracelets and her kids will go to CPS.
That has happened once or twice with her motorhead. I don't know how the bitch still gets away with it.
 

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That has happened once or twice with her motorhead. I don't know how the bitch still gets away with it.
Kentucky might not run as tight of a ship as other states. Things are pretty strict here, with graduated licenses for the kids and mandatory tow for other offenses. Pretty much a zero tolerance policy is in place for offenses related to invalid or suspended licenses or lapsed insurance. The backlash from it is people running from us. Why do you think they give some of us Chargers....I didn't get the car because I was popular. Pursuit specialist....I live for that shit.
 

NuttyJim

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If I pulled over 10 people probably half of them would have either no license or they'd have warrants.
 
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I would summons her (mandatory appearance before the judge) for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. I'm sure if she doesn't have a license, she likely doesn't have any insurance, and that would be mean a second charge. The traffic court judge might be nice and write an order for her to obtain a license in so many days, bring it to his court and he would throw out the charge OR if she didn't he could issue a bench warrant for contempt.
Dunno what the fine there for no insurance but how is she getting around not paying those? Like the fine in Ontario for no insurance is like $5k to $25k and the next conviction goes from $10 to $50k... sure she doesn't have a bench warrant or something for her previous shenanigans?
 
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Yeah...I believe in Massachusetts if you don't have a license then you automatically don't have insurance. Why doesn't she just get a license...and why does she get pulled over so often?
 
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Yeah...I believe in Massachusetts if you don't have a license then you automatically don't have insurance. Why doesn't she just get a license...and why does she get pulled over so often?
Pretty sure the registration/inspection is not up to date... as here you have to show proof of insurance before registration... and you have to show current registration before inspection.
 

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Yeah...I believe in Massachusetts if you don't have a license then you automatically don't have insurance. Why doesn't she just get a license...and why does she get pulled over so often?
In California if there's no insurance on the vehicle, it's registration is void, meaning they can tow you if they see the vehicle anywhere public... even parked on the curb outside your house.
 
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In California if there's no insurance on the vehicle, it's registration is void, meaning they can tow you if they see the vehicle anywhere public... even parked on the curb outside your house.
The odd thing I noticed in California was a bunch of new cars with no plates... well besides the dealers name on them.
 

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Pretty sure the registration/inspection is not up to date... as here you have to show proof of insurance before registration... and you have to show current registration before inspection.
I would imagine the car is registered (and insured) in someone else's name. That's probably how she has an insurance card to show the cop. But good luck getting the insurance company pay out if you're letting an unlicensed driver drive the car and she wrecks it.
 

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I would imagine the car is registered (and insured) in someone else's name. That's probably how she has an insurance card to show the cop. But good luck getting the insurance company pay out if you're letting an unlicensed driver drive the car and she wrecks it.
Or like around here they get insurance, register the car then cancel insurance or stop making payments for insurance. Now they have a card to show when stopped that shows valid. There's no way to prove (especially at 3am) that it's paid up. The insurance companies aren't tied into any central system the state has access to or anything.
 

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I would imagine the car is registered (and insured) in someone else's name. That's probably how she has an insurance card to show the cop. But good luck getting the insurance company pay out if you're letting an unlicensed driver drive the car and she wrecks it.
If she gets into a wreck, not only is the registered owner out one car - they will be financially responsible for whoever she ran into. This is no joke. You will lose everything you own in the lawsuit.
 

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Or like around here they get insurance, register the car then cancel insurance or stop making payments for insurance. Now they have a card to show when stopped that shows valid. There's no way to prove (especially at 3am) that it's paid up. The insurance companies aren't tied into any central system the state has access to or anything.
When I lived in Vegas I know the state of Nevada would be notified if I let my insurance lapse. I switched insurance companies and didn't realize my license got suspended because my old insurance company thought I had just simply canceled my insurance with them. Had to get my new insurance agent to sign an affidavit saying that I was actually Insured when they suspended my license.