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Thread: J'ville FL very concerned on how cars are parked in driveways

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    J'ville FL very concerned on how cars are parked in driveways

    http://www.news4jax.com/news/council...eways/33754740

    . But City Council members said if code inspectors canít easily see a tag, they can't tell if a vehicle is properly registered, because they are not allowed to walk onto private property.

    That's why the council is considering a law that would make backing into a driveway to park illegal. Homeowners who don't comply could be fined $50.
    So we'll assume you are guilty and charge you fifty buck for your arrogance.

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    Yeah, our city passed an ordinance about 12 years ago that people could not park on their lawns. We are in a low income area and had a daughter still at home. When her fiance would come for dinner, that was four cars, so someone would have to park in the grass. I thought, as law and order as I am, well, they can just bring it and I will become the Poster Mom for private property rights.

    They never have bothered about our neighborhood, so I guess the rich people who want to control their neighbors can keep on doing it. Poor people work too hard to care what their neighbors do, and neither do codes inspectors.
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    AmeriKa: goose-stepping its way to destruction, one vile city ordinance at a time.

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    So, a car has to be registered just sitting in your driveway now? I thought they only needed to be registered to operate on The King's Roads. Interesting. What about garaged cars? What the $#@!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slave Mentality View Post
    So, a car has to be registered just sitting in your driveway now? I thought they only needed to be registered to operate on The King's Roads. Interesting. What about garaged cars? What the $#@!?
    Yep, a lot of places have ordinances that don't allow you to keep an unregistered motor-vehicle on your property.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyRevolution View Post
    Yep, a lot of places have ordinances that don't allow you to keep an unregistered motor-vehicle on your property.
    When I lived in a very rural farmette in Wisconsin, I was fined for operating a salvage yard without a permit for having a few vehicles without current tags on the 5 acre property in the middle of corn fields.
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    How long before they're ripping down privacy fences and lobbing mortars at garage doors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slave Mentality View Post
    So, a car has to be registered just sitting in your driveway now? I thought they only needed to be registered to operate on The King's Roads. Interesting. What about garaged cars? What the $#@!?
    It's like that around here. My next door neighbor kept his Grandmother's car and got in trouble because he didn't keep up the tag and insurance. I'm not sure how they found out, he keeps it in his garage.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzanimal View Post
    It's like that around here. My next door neighbor kept his Grandmother's car and got in trouble because he didn't keep up the tag and insurance. I'm not sure how they found out, he keeps it in his garage.
    If you buy insurance, in most states now they'll suspend your license as soon as the insurance expires and check to see if the car is still running later.

    And charge you a post-suspension reinstatement fee either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XNavyNuke View Post
    http://www.news4jax.com/news/council...eways/33754740



    So we'll assume you are guilty and charge you fifty buck for your arrogance.

    XNN
    Bu bu but what hat happened to cant be compeled to give evidence that could be used against you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsat_98 View Post
    Bu bu but what hat happened to cant be compeled to give evidence that could be used against you.
    Isn't that something from the Constitution? The Bill of Rights, wasn't it?

    Gosh that makes me all nostalgic. Those really were good times, back then.
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