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06-12-2014 01:55 PM
MrAnon
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Originally Posted by Sheklikak View Post
Doors are mandatory on most states because they offer protection against rabbit attacks, solar flares after midnight, farts from talking cats, and the French. The officer was just looking out for you because he loves you. Its in his eyes. Give him a flirtatious *wink* in the courtroom today.

Anyway, Good Luck!
Truth.
06-12-2014 01:43 PM
Sheklikak Doors are mandatory on most states because they offer protection against rabbit attacks, solar flares after midnight, farts from talking cats, and the French. The officer was just looking out for you because he loves you. Its in his eyes. Give him a flirtatious *wink* in the courtroom today.

Anyway, Good Luck!
06-12-2014 12:01 PM
bcsatch Hey guys, I'm a state trooper here in Ohio. I have owned 2 jeeps and have had my doors off both of my jeeps in the past. I can tell you from our point of view here in Ohio, we wouldn't sweat a small violation like that. That dude hates you or he is a total douche bag. Troops like that better hope they never stop me for chicken %$#@ violations.
06-12-2014 11:04 AM
ptoncannon
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Originally Posted by Mark b View Post
There are a lot of things that are "technically" against the law but that doesn't mean you should get tickets and go to court. A little slack would be nice....especially while there are people out there breaking into Jeeps every day!

You can be busted for jaywalking, spiting, and in SC every adult male must bring a rifle to church on Sunday in order to ward off Indian attacks.

Just because it's "technically" a law doesn't make it right.

The Judge should have said...

"Really!?....you're holding up important criminal cases with THIS?"
very true!! in a certain city in florida (starts with a p and cannot remember) everyone legally must have $50 or $100 in their pockets at all times... this law was instituted in the 1800s to cut down on the amount of poor people, yet there are homeless people there today. not all laws are enforced and many SHOULD NOT... the legal system is broken and messed up...
06-10-2014 12:23 AM
vertical horizons
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Originally Posted by barefootcowboy View Post
What were you charged with, parking in a cops favorite spot at the donut shop?
Nope.
The cop pulled him over because of the donut sitting on his dash, but he refused to share.
06-09-2014 12:58 PM
barefootcowboy
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Originally Posted by sghadtha View Post
Well guys today is my big day in traffic court.

What were you charged with, parking in a cops favorite spot at the donut shop?
06-09-2014 11:37 AM
Paranoid Dui?
06-07-2014 05:38 PM
vertical horizons
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Originally Posted by Evpjr View Post
How do the local National Guard, and Military Reserve units avoid this law? are they not subject to the same vehicle codes as the citizenery?
That would be a great question to ask our LEOs, but one that they wouldn't have a good answer for.
06-07-2014 04:54 PM
Evpjr How do the local National Guard, and Military Reserve units avoid this law? are they not subject to the same vehicle codes as the citizenery?
06-07-2014 03:02 PM
Celtics What some cops do is embarrassing. There is a town like 15 minutes away and if your a teenager they will pull you over for everything and you aren't even doing anything wrong. Then they don't show up at court so they just like wasting your time apparently.
06-07-2014 01:41 PM
Junky_One To spend so much time on the side of the road looking for some stupid code to cite you on is a waste of tax dollars. I wonder how many calls that jacka** cop ignored when he was harassing you. It's stupid crap like this going on while robbers and rapists run free.

I myself was remodeling a dentist office over a 4 day weekend while the owner was up in the mountains around white sulfar springs. when I botched the alarm code, The alarm company didn't call the office and they couldn't get ahold of the owner either, took the local police FOUR friggin hours to respond, and even at that they just drove by the parking lot real slow stuffing their faces with mcdonalds. If I was a criminal I'd have had a lot of drugs to sell to kids.
06-06-2014 11:58 PM
jherrington
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Originally Posted by vertical horizons View Post
You are also correct. But I was steering towards the 1st answer. But you have an excellent point.
hahahahaha I hadn't thought about the first one.
06-06-2014 10:59 PM
vertical horizons You are also correct.
But I was steering towards the 1st answer.

But you have an excellent point.
06-06-2014 10:52 PM
jherrington
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Originally Posted by vertical horizons View Post
I realize that this post is old, but I had to chime in ...

You want to talk about "flawed logic"?

There is something that you can legally give away for free, but if you try to sell it, you are breaking the law.

Anyone care to guess what this is?
buzz!

What is organs!
06-06-2014 07:00 PM
vertical horizons
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Originally Posted by TrailbossNJ View Post
... WHO are ya gonna call...when your JEEP gets STOLEN? 'Nuff said.
Who ya gonna call?
jeep busters !
06-06-2014 06:30 PM
TrailbossNJ Hey...there's more good cops then bad ones, I am sure! Besides....WHO are ya gonna call...when your JEEP gets STOLEN?

'Nuff said.
06-06-2014 05:38 PM
Rayko
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Originally Posted by vertical horizons View Post
I realize that this post is old, but I had to chime in ...

You want to talk about "flawed logic"?

There is something that you can legally give away for free, but if you try to sell it, you are breaking the law.

Anyone care to guess what this is?
Sex
06-06-2014 05:14 PM
Big Cole
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Originally Posted by vertical horizons View Post

I agree.

Just because you may think that 55 mph is not fair, that doesn't give you the right to do 90.

Work to get the law changed.
Explain to the legislation why the law should be changed.
Wait for them to change the law.

Then do 90.

Back to the point ...
Work to change this dumb PA law.
Until then, abide with it, to avoid future fines.
Once the law has been changed, throw away the doors, and never look back.
Who cares if this is a law. If you get busted it is only a fine. No reason to be scared of minor infractions.
06-06-2014 02:33 PM
Border Dave
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Originally Posted by vertical horizons View Post

There is something that you can legally give away for free, but if you try to sell it, you are breaking the law.

Anyone care to guess what this is?
Leave your relatives out of this discussion!





Lol. Sorry, I couldn't resist.
06-06-2014 02:21 PM
vertical horizons
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Originally Posted by Neal5280 View Post
... I think that this has been blown out of proportion ... The officer was doing his job warned and then cited seems fair, I don't agree with the law. I have to follow rules at work that I don't agree with everyday ...
I agree.

Just because you may think that 55 mph is not fair, that doesn't give you the right to do 90.

Work to get the law changed.
Explain to the legislation why the law should be changed.
Wait for them to change the law.

Then do 90.

Back to the point ...
Work to change this dumb PA law.
Until then, abide with it, to avoid future fines.
Once the law has been changed, throw away the doors, and never look back.
06-06-2014 01:55 PM
vertical horizons Maybe the PO should have mentioned that the mail trucks don't have to have doors. Neither do the UPS trucks.


Isn't this "selective law enforcement" if they choose only to target the jeep owners?

How many mail trucks or UPS trucks have they written citations for, for not having doors?
I think the reason that LEOs can't/won't write tickets for the mail trucks is because they don't want to go up against the government.

Our government fighting our government. That would be a wild courtroom scene.
06-06-2014 01:32 PM
vertical horizons
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Originally Posted by Jsboening View Post
I'm just saying what's the difference. You can ride a motorcycle that has absolutely no protection, but can't drive a jeep with no doors. How does that make any sense. I'm tired of government trying to protect me. Especially with flawed logic.
I realize that this post is old, but I had to chime in ...

You want to talk about "flawed logic"?

There is something that you can legally give away for free, but if you try to sell it, you are breaking the law.

Anyone care to guess what this is?
10-12-2012 08:07 PM
Moose5
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Originally Posted by Derp

Regardless, all cops are still human beings and no matter how much of an asshat they can be, when it comes down to it those guys that strap on their badge gun and attitude every morning and put their lives in harms way to protect unappreciative people like you. Either way, you need to stop with the whole pig references.

As far as i'm concerned your the pig sitting your fat arse on your couch. I don't see you jumping out of your seat to go get shot at, protect and serve the public. Until that day comes please keep your snide remarks to yourself.
I dot want to make this a "I hate cops" convo but from my area very few cops go in harms way. They play big shot and only give out parking tickets and summons to kids on the beach after dark. A lot of my dads friends are cops. I here they're stories. Very few of them have ever had to use their gun. Maybe it's just my area, but cops are more of a nuisance than heros
10-12-2012 12:36 PM
Dew
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Originally Posted by Moose5 View Post
I think jeeps are safer than the credit they get, but they are most certainly not the safest vehicles on the road. Maybe the word "durable" is a better adjective rather than "safe"
I think you hit the nail on the head. The jeep is "durable!"
10-12-2012 03:42 AM
Derp
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Originally Posted by XJ Knight
Im glad you might be one of the few good ones. To bad most are not like you. Manny earn the term I used every day they strap on there gun, badge, and attitude. Didn't mean to offend but I hate cops in general with a sick twisted passion as most are bad, while having a high apprecition for those that do it right. My favorite teacher in HS was a full time teacher/part time police officer. Amazing guy. Right now my interaction count is at 5 good cops to dozens of ones who are less then addiquate human beings

You keep fighting for the good ones and I'll keep hating every day that the bad ones give you guys a bad name.
Regardless, all cops are still human beings and no matter how much of an asshat they can be, when it comes down to it those guys that strap on their badge gun and attitude every morning and put their lives in harms way to protect unappreciative people like you. Either way, you need to stop with the whole pig references.

As far as i'm concerned your the pig sitting your fat arse on your couch. I don't see you jumping out of your seat to go get shot at, protect and serve the public. Until that day comes please keep your snide remarks to yourself.
10-12-2012 02:43 AM
Phil.Dye The only question I see that needs to be asked is do you still run without doors?
10-11-2012 11:41 PM
Border Dave
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Originally Posted by Nomadarmy View Post
...I have yet to see anything about the wrangler being safe...actually the safety ratings are for Sh!*
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/sugg...se-159967.html
10-11-2012 09:59 PM
Moose5
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Originally Posted by Dew

but not in an infiniti either...

didn't you just say the jeep was safe?
I think jeeps are safer than the credit they get, but they are most certainly not the safest vehicles on the road. Maybe the word "durable" is a better adjective rather than "safe"
10-11-2012 08:44 PM
Dew
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Originally Posted by Moose5 View Post
Maybe airbag wise it's bad, but I witnessed an accident in which the Infiniti was absolutely shattered and the jk only had a dent in the bumper. Both drivers were fine thank god. I think the overall structure of the jeep makes it safe, where the metal is positioned.
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Originally Posted by Moose5 View Post
If I had young kids, I would most certainly not put them in a jeep. That's when I would sacrifice and get "the armored car" (Volvo if you are still wondering)
but not in an infiniti either...

didn't you just say the jeep was safe?
10-11-2012 04:09 PM
Moose5
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Originally Posted by Nomadarmy

I agree with that looing at it you think it should be a pretty safe vehicle..... the problems that Jeeps have is the back seat passangers heads will be hitting the door metal....my daughter has a car/booster seat that is good up to 100 lbs and offers side and rear head protection only way I could still get it!!! thankfully she like sitting in it as she sits up higher and can see everything
If I had young kids, I would most certainly not put them in a jeep. That's when I would sacrifice and get "the armored car" (Volvo if you are still wondering)
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