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11-25-2016 10:09 AM  12 months agoPost 1
moses

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indiana

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Ok got a question I traded my cadillac escalade ext in at a car dealership for a gmc denali the dealership said I could run my cadillac plates but gave me a paper plate anyways I put it in the glove box and ran my cadillac plates they said I had 45 days then one night on the way home from the store the wife and I got pulled over he wanted to know why I had those plates on there it was against the law false and futigious registration he was going to impound it but said he would be nice and let me park it in the parking lot where I was pulled over and he phesicaly took my plates said as soon as I got it legal and could prove it I could bring the papers to the police station and get my plates back he made me make a call and get a ride home this was on a Saturday so I couldn't get plates till Tuesday so it had to sit there till then but I had to go though the trouble of getting a buddy come get me then get a friend with a trailer go get it so it didn't sit taking a chance of it getting vandalized so Tuesday rolled around went to the BMV and got my plates I told them what happen and they said as long as you had all your paper work from the dealer I was legal and I told them I had every paper I got from the dealer and I gave it to the officer but he still said I was still breaking the law they said I should have never got the ticket that I should protest it I live in Indiana does anybody know the truth

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11-25-2016 12:35 PM  12 months agoPost 2
Heli_Splatter

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USA

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Individual officers don't know every law and regulation. If you feel that you are right, ask for a supervisor during the incident or go to the station and explain what happened. You might want to call state police as tags are a state function.

I doubt that you can recover any losses, but you can go to court and fight the ticket, the officer will probably not even show up to defend his actions. If he does, explain the situation and demand the officer be reprimanded.

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11-25-2016 10:14 PM  12 months agoPost 3
Life_Nerd

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USA

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Yes. Don't pay the fine. Ask for a court date.

I was incorrectly ticketed for not wearing a seatbelt. Officer claimed he couldn't see my shoulder belt. I knew different. His word against mine. The DA's office attempted twice to set a court date, officer declined both times to show. They dropped it.

If you know you are in the right, go to court. Doubt it will go that far.

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11-25-2016 11:06 PM  12 months agoPost 4
AirWolfRC

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Go to court . . . hang that turd ! !

Also demand costs for retrieving your vehicle.

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11-26-2016 12:04 AM  12 months agoPost 5
outhouse

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auburn ca

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Every states laws are different.

In Ca you get temporary registration until your new plates arrive, and you are not allowed to put on the old plates.

Your mistake was not leaving the paper/plastic dealer plates on. And you should have showed him your temporary reg, not just hand him all the papers you have.

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11-26-2016 01:09 AM  12 months agoPost 6
AirWolfRC

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Sure, states are different . . . but if the cop is wrong . . . he's wrong . . . and when it comes to things like that , , , being wrong is a violation of his duties and should be punished.

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11-27-2016 02:00 AM  12 months agoPost 7
Jerry K

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Houston Area

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There is a saying, you can beat the rap but you can't beat the ride, as in this case. Your first mistake was putting the plates from your old vehicle on your new one with out the transfer. You should remove the plates from any vehicle that you sell for any reason, but don't put them on another vehicle that they do not belong on. Now with the first mistake you got punished by an ignorant cop that should have let you go but he was being a jerk after catching you on the first mistake. You will probably beat the ticket but will not be compensated and further.

BTW
he wanted to know why I had those plates on there it was against the law false and futigious registration
He was right about that

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11-27-2016 04:22 AM  12 months agoPost 8
ant_mb

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United States

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If the dealer gives you a temp plate there is a reason for it! They are not free in NJ, and it is against the law to display your old tags until the Registration is transferred. Your state laws are not secret, and you should have access to them. I'm guessing you will learn more by reading your laws than you will by asking on a toy helicopter forum.

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11-27-2016 04:23 AM  12 months agoPost 9
ant_mb

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Sure, states are different . . . but if the cop is wrong . . . he's wrong . . . and when it comes to things like that , , , being wrong is a violation of his duties and should be punished.
Are you sure he is wrong, or just wanting to hang a cop?

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11-28-2016 01:19 AM  12 months agoPost 10
AirWolfRC

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If he's wrong, I want to hang him.
If their job didn't affect the lives of others so much, I wouldn't be so concerned.
But since they do, I demand they do their job properly.

They keep hiding behind "protect and serve" so that's exactly what I expect.

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11-28-2016 01:29 AM  12 months agoPost 11
ant_mb

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United States

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Here is the law in your state.

If you want to switch your current license plates from a recently sold vehicle, you are eligible to do that within 31 days of purchasing a new one. This new vehicle must be titled first; usually, titling and registering can be done at the same time.

You must also pay a $9.75 plate-transfer fee.

It seems the process can't be done impatiently from a dealer, which is why they gave you the temp plates.

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11-28-2016 01:31 AM  12 months agoPost 12
ant_mb

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United States

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If he's wrong, I want to hang him.
If their job didn't affect the lives of others so much, I wouldn't be so concerned.
But since they do, I demand they do their job properly.

They keep hiding behind "protect and serve" so that's exactly what I expect
I really hope Donald Trump can put you punks in your place and back the police in this country. So many disrespect authority that i's sickening!

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11-28-2016 02:37 AM  12 months agoPost 13
AirWolfRC

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You simply don't understand.

For me, it's not a matter of disrespect, it's a matter of expecting the police to do their job properly and professionally.

And if they can't do that then they should find a job that's not so demanding.

I have no problem with cops that do NOT bring attitude, arrogance and incompetence to the job.

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12-02-2016 03:12 AM  11 months agoPost 14
ssmith512

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Indianapolis, IN USA

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Technically speaking, the cop was NOT wrong. Was he a bit of a putz for doing what he did? Maybe. But apparently you failed to show him the temporary paper plate you were required to place on the new vehicle, which probably would have at least helped. Technically YOU were breaking the law. The plates were registered to a completely different vehicle, and by law can NOT be displayed or used on any other vehicle than the one it is registered to. PERIOD.

Steve

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12-02-2016 11:29 PM  11 months agoPost 15
Gearhead

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Vt

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Technically YOU were breaking the law. The plates were registered to a completely different vehicle, and by law can NOT be displayed or used on any other vehicle than the one it is registered to. PERIOD.
up here they say if the papers (for a old plate/number) are in the mail it's league to drive, and if you don't have a plate/number you then need a paper plate to drive until you get the new plate/new number

Jim
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12-03-2016 06:35 AM  11 months agoPost 16
tadawson

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Lewisville, TX

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And here in TX, plates don't transfer, period! Michigan, it's like this started out (or at least was last time I dealt with vehicles there) - you trade a car, dealer does paper, old plate goes on new car, no temp plate, all is good. TX,temp plate mandatory, old plate cannot be reused - ever. No consistency that I have seen whatsoever.

Friends don't let friends become electrotarded . . . .

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12-03-2016 02:13 PM  11 months agoPost 17
Jerry K

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Houston Area

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Winter is coming on, 16 posts

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