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Old 02-13-2008, 10:12 AM   #1
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so i got a ticket last nite for burnin out in a private parkin lot....wtf? the ticket says "driving in a dangerous manner"....ive only been drivin for a week
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Don't do that any more... When you do that you can and will get a ticket if a cop catches you doing that..

Also what kind of Private Parking Lot?

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Yup. don't do it anymore. Only do burnouts on public roads, when you don't see ANY cops, as on public roads, it is also considered dangerous driving. If you do it in a private parking lot, the owner does reserve the right to call the police and report a dangerous driving situation. Even EEKing the tires a little bit can get you in trouble.
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can i repeal it at all?
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There'* nothing to repeal. You were in the wrong. Suck it up, pay the fine, and don't do it again.
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seriously, what did you expect to happen when you did a burnout in front of a cop?
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just do what i do go out on a country road(none gravel) and let em rip

nice job though

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May i ask a question? Does the parking lot belong to your work? I am only saying this because a cop has no right to give you a ticket on privately owned property...this happened to a friend of mine and we beat the system. If the parking lot does belong to your work, only the *OWNER* can press charges. Let me say that again *ONLY* the owner(not even the manager) can press charges on privately owned property.
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May i ask a question? Does the parking lot belong to your work? I am only saying this because a cop has no right to give you a ticket on privately owned property...this happened to a friend of mine and we beat the system. If the parking lot does belong to your work, only the *OWNER* can press charges. Let me say that again *ONLY* the owner(not even the manager) can press charges on privately owned property.
ummmm, bullshit.
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