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m3convert 07-04-2009 07:55 AM

fu**ing plates got pulled off
 
hey i wanna make this short i was leaving down town with buddy we were in my car cops pull me over for nothing they tell me my car is too low 7 cop cars show up they did a full in and out inspection they said i only have 1inch clearance on my car my hids were to bright 8k but ok they said i had to much camber and the funniest is my rear m brakes are to big to be stock and why are the back slotted and the front arent if they are stock lmao oh and why are the calipers red omg so they pull out a star srew and yank my plates give me a court data to show up to prove my car is safe to be on the road the ticket had no fines just date and unsafe motor vehicles so what do i have to do now

doogee 07-04-2009 08:25 AM

Wow, hearing more and more about this kind of crap going on lately.

Good luck!

magnus 07-04-2009 09:17 AM

Make sure you argue this! I doubt your car is lower than a ferrari so if it passes your annual test it they have no reason to argue.
Make sure you go to a reputable mechanic and get him to do an inspection and write down on paper that your car is more than safe as proof.

hypno_nls1 07-04-2009 09:20 AM

any chance you can post a pic of your car just so that we know what police are saying to be too low now adays.
Im surprised to hear this from Toronto Police, downtown.

Ceeker 07-04-2009 09:23 AM

yes, they want to send a message to deter people from street racing and stunt driving.
Also they want to generate revenue; and it was over kill to have several cops standing by like city workers. They are clearly BORED!!!!!!!! and needed something to do.
Keep in mind most of these uniform cops are not so swift - believe me when I say so. They don't know the Highway Traffic Act and pretend they do. They abuse their power. that is what took place. Go to the a garage and get the car re- safetyed after you remove it from the inpound. Then get a lawyer- and file a claim against the cops for unecessary harrasement and get them to compensate you for causing unecessary grief and aggravation and the money and time you had to take off work to get all this sorted out. To them the car looks to have the "intent" of street racing. and most likely removed the plates due to probably cause. Un safe vehicle was just an excuse so they can inpound your vehicle.

good luck.

BMW BMXer 07-04-2009 09:40 AM

What region where you pulled over in?

344i 07-04-2009 10:15 AM

wtf is this shit? Ontario is communist, pure proof right there.

Mystikal 07-04-2009 10:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 344i (Post 1321115)
wtf is this shit? Ontario is communist, pure proof right there.

Go ahead and break it down for me. Break down how communism relates to this incident, in any way or form.

344i 07-04-2009 10:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mystikal (Post 1321122)
Go ahead and break it down for me. Break down how communism relates to this incident, in any way or form.

Coming from a once communist country, simply put, for you, police have ultimate power to 1. confiscate your property for no real reason ( this incident) at any time they wish 2.pull you in for questioning for no reason , often times with torture or tactics to incriminate you ( there have been may stories here where police try to incriminate people and do so successfully by their hunting tactics) 3. lock you up for no reason 4. even make you disappear.

If the OP was involved in some kind of monkeying around, then the consequences would be well deserved, however, as the OP stated, his vehicle was confiscated for no real reason.

Please, all mighty Jay, explain to me how that kind of state power endowed upon a police officer is not related to following the communist ideal of a police nation. Perhaps the next ultimate goal of Ontario is a curfew.

Mystikal 07-04-2009 11:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 344i (Post 1321125)
Coming from a once communist country, simply put, for you, police have ultimate power to 1. confiscate your property for no real reason ( this incident) at any time they wish 2.pull you in for questioning for no reason , often times with torture or tactics to incriminate you ( there have been may stories here where police try to incriminate people and do so successfully by their hunting tactics) 3. lock you up for no reason 4. even make you disappear.

If the OP was involved in some kind of monkeying around, then the consequences would be well deserved, however, as the OP stated, his vehicle was confiscated for no real reason.

Please, all mighty Jay, explain to me how that kind of state power endowed upon a police officer is not related to following the communist ideal of a police nation. Perhaps the next ultimate goal of Ontario is a curfew.

You may have lived in a communist state, but that does not equal authority to draw on your own experiences and equate them to communism as a whole. That's like saying because I live in Canada that I can draw conclusions based on my own life on how democracy relates to Zambia. It's not even close.

Essentially:
Your experience =/= communism as a standalone ideology

What happened to dude in this thread sucks, but it has nothing to do with communism. I am literally jumping on you for it, and that's because North Americans are constantly, and increasing it seems using communism as a synonym for anything negative.

344i 07-04-2009 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mystikal (Post 1321128)
You may have lived in a communist state, but that does not equal authority to draw on your own experiences and equate them to communism as a whole. That's like saying because I live in Canada that I can draw conclusions based on my own life on how democracy relates to Zambia. It's not even close.

Essentially:
Your experience =/= communism as a standalone ideology

What happened to dude in this thread sucks, but it has nothing to do with communism. I am literally jumping on you for it, and that's because North Americans are constantly, and increasing it seems using communism as a synonym for anything negative.

No you are right, it was my experience. Communisim was a good theory, unfortunately, it turned into a painful dictatorship in many eastern block countries, and its not something I would ever like to experience again. When experiences like this happen, i can't help but draw on what happened back in those days.

All it will take to stop Ontario from its own stupidity is one person who stands their ground. It worked to bring down communism.

Chris de la Cruz 07-04-2009 11:08 AM

haha that sucks... at least they used a screw driver to take off your plates. they ripped off mine

BMW_7 07-04-2009 11:12 AM

communist? no.

does ontario get progressively more socialist every year? yes.

does the police force get pushed to pull over random cars and give bullshit tickets in the name of raising funds for the city? yes.

5thseries 07-04-2009 11:23 AM

lower suspection/ camber=better handling, stability
HID= better vision
Bigger/slotted rotors=better stopping power/distance

Unsafe? shit why dont they high beams and lambos from the country, that shit is 1 inch from the ground, with slotted rotors with bright lights.. where the hell are the logics? 0.o

Ceeker 07-04-2009 11:24 AM

It's all about WHAT gentlemen??? $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


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