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1BADBMR 05-22-2012 03:39 PM

MTO towing cars/bikes @ Martingrove/HWY 7 timmies
 
Heard from somebody that on the long weekend MTO blocked the exits and were towing and ticketing ppl.
Just wanna know if there is any truth to this cause I do pass by there myself once in a blue moon.

Anybody else hear anything?

dbworld4k 05-22-2012 04:10 PM

Heard the same during the long weekend. I went there the past few Fridays prior and nothing out of the ordinary. Cops were in and out of the lot looking for reasons to ticket people.

5style 05-23-2012 01:55 PM

I drove in there on friday of the long weekend. A HUGE swarm was going towards the 400, but the lot was still full , nothing to report of

v_bimmer 05-23-2012 07:41 PM

they did those raids last year, and yeah they inspect the car, if its no good they tow and impound.

So i would not be surprised if it happened this past long weekend.

aspen540 05-23-2012 09:21 PM

my dad is a truch driver. he got ticked over 2k and groundedfor 72 hours in windsor along iwht a lot of over drivers. guys getting 1-2k tickets for crocked wires and outed fuses.

Jim .E. 05-24-2012 12:37 AM

I was there on Saturday and yes - I saw a FD and 240 getting it's plates pulled. Cop stared me down but I got through.

ultimateX5 05-24-2012 01:17 AM

Was there friday with the bike and passed by Saturday in the Skyline. Saw a few undercovers...but the ones that tend to get in trouble are the ones that treat the parking lot like a track!

momax_powers 05-24-2012 02:17 AM

what do they typically look for when writing you up?

TheMadChigga 05-24-2012 10:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by momax_powers (Post 1567561)
what do they typically look for when writing you up?

Black E39 with black rims.

Seriously thou, most people hang out there are pretty much still stuck in 2001, not much class or any sort of maturity, which I don't feel bad for ones that often get hassle, honestly, we have it pretty decent in Toronto, the cops don't often hassle you unless you drive like a jack-ass.

davericher20 05-24-2012 10:40 AM

^^anything that wouldn't let you pass safety.

propr'one 05-24-2012 11:36 AM

Just an FYI, i've been stopped by cops in woodbridge at/around these meets lots of times over the last 6-7 years. My car was low, loud, i had every kind of aftermarket lighting you can think of, tons of shit stripped off the car, used to drive around with only foglights as lowbeams, etc. I've never had a problem. Be respectful but firm, and unless there's something horribly unsafe with your car, you'll be fine. The one thing the cops used to care a lot about is serious camber wear on tires. (as they should, its unsafe to drive on a half belted tire)

I used to love getting pulled over in my GT3RS livery civic. Every cop who pulled me over expected that car to be horribly unsafe, not have insurance & reg, etc. But rocco & my mom loved that car, so everything was always legit.

Boots R 05-25-2012 01:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by propr'one (Post 1567621)
Just an FYI, i've been stopped by cops in woodbridge at/around these meets lots of times over the last 6-7 years. My car was low, loud, i had every kind of aftermarket lighting you can think of, tons of shit stripped off the car, used to drive around with only foglights as lowbeams, etc. I've never had a problem. Be respectful but firm, and unless there's something horribly unsafe with your car, you'll be fine. The one thing the cops used to care a lot about is serious camber wear on tires. (as they should, its unsafe to drive on a half belted tire)

I used to love getting pulled over in my GT3RS livery civic. Every cop who pulled me over expected that car to be horribly unsafe, not have insurance & reg, etc. But rocco & my mom loved that car, so everything was always legit.

lol duct tape shifter

Axxe 05-25-2012 01:53 PM

^ Drifting civics around la paloma. Parking lot full of rwd cars and we're sliding FWD econoboxes. Pretty sure I broke your ebrake Ivan.

bmdbley'sBro 05-25-2012 07:21 PM

guess i'll be the lone 'tinfoiler' when i say: what cashgrab BS.

profiling checkpoint roadblocks to fleece people (younger ones in perticular) out of their cash & property...

and most reading will probably think: why do you even bother it'll never stop!? yeah well it never will end when no one gets even slightly upset or just discusses it like its just 'normal', part of life.. well give it 5-10years they'll have checkpoints on your block, few years after that it'll be weekly random house searches!

All this to Feed a horde of communistic parasites (the police unions members & city employee's): specifically their paycheques & Retirement Funds..

Quote:

"Police associations are the most powerful special interest group in the province today," Andre Marin told a small group of people at a downtown library.

And provincial ministries "have abdicated their duty of backing up civilian oversight in Ontario."
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Powerful police interests control provincial legislators leaving cops free to collude with each other in instances of police-related serious injury or death, the Ontario Ombudsman said Sunday

http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/04/22/...ing-marin-says

bmdbley'sBro 05-25-2012 08:12 PM

here's MADD pushing for police to be able to breath test you with no suspicion that you are even DUI, just because you're at their Roadblock fcplm

Quote:

MADD mothers push for random breath testing - again


A small group of parents from Mothers Against Drunk Driving visited Parliament Hill on Wednesday to advocate for random breath testing, an impaired driving countermeasure being pushed by MADD to save lives and prevent injuries.Doing so would allow police to demand a roadside breath sample from all drivers stopped at sobriety checkpoints, increasing the chances of stopping, charging and convicting a drunk driver

some of the comments below the article are worth reading:
http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/05/09/...breath-testing
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