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  • #61
    I saw a temp tag on a shit beater on the way in to work, that expired 6/20. It was earlier in 6/20, so it's over a year old. Maybe they have gotten a ticket, maybe not. It sucks, because I know those people probably can't afford fines, but it worries me, because they likely don't have insurance either.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by drat View Post
      I saw a temp tag on a shit beater on the way in to work, that expired 6/20. It was earlier in 6/20, so it's over a year old. Maybe they have gotten a ticket, maybe not. It sucks, because I know those people probably can't afford fines, but it worries me, because they likely don't have insurance either.
      Wonder if there's any programs to perhaps subsidize these fees and premiums to help get them up to legal.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by drat View Post
        I saw a temp tag on a shit beater on the way in to work, that expired 6/20. It was earlier in 6/20, so it's over a year old. Maybe they have gotten a ticket, maybe not. It sucks, because I know those people probably can't afford fines, but it worries me, because they likely don't have insurance either.
        That's what uninsured motorist coverage is for. No worries.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by jackass View Post

          That's what uninsured motorist coverage is for. No worries.
          My fave is the underinsured!

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          • #65
            At least 9/10 temp plates in the city are expired.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by The Ice View Post

              Wonder if there's any programs to perhaps subsidize these fees and premiums to help get them up to legal.
              I gotta tell ya, I don't know. Is there? I haven't spent too much time thinking about it, other than seeing expired temp tags while driving.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by The Ice View Post

                Wonder if there's any programs to perhaps subsidize these fees and premiums to help get them up to legal.
                They need to just let the dealers roll the taxes into the loans. Pretty sure other states do that.

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