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By  TomeDr  |  15

If you got anything, it should have been a fix-it ticket. Repair it and show the local police, they sign off on it and everything's ok. No fine. No points.

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By  WordBea  |  23

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  tiggerlover100  |  27

This is the dumbest advise I've read all day. If OP's friend drove him they still would've gotten pulled over? And if they drove another car then how would his car get there to be fixed..?

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What #2 was trying to say was have the cousin drive to where OP lives to help OP fix the tail light. No need to drive the defective vehicle this way therefore no ticket. Of course the cousin might not drive or have a car...

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  ThatHorse  |  15

I wish. tail lights on some vehicles like my mothers SUV require removing parts of the bumper and the internal plastic panels to repair the damn tail light.

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  xLIGHTS_fml  |  23

I got pulled over once not even two minutes after leaving my house for "speeding." Turns out, they didn't see the speed limit changed but I still got a warning.

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  ShyVi  |  18

My brother got pulled over once for having a cracked windshield. They let him off with a warning and said he needed to replace it within 5 days. 3 months later and he didn't replace it, or even get ticketed.

By  TomeDr  |  15

If you got anything, it should have been a fix-it ticket. Repair it and show the local police, they sign off on it and everything's ok. No fine. No points.

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