Police Ramp Up Enforcement on Roads Over Labor Day Weekend - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News,...

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Virginia State Police have stepped up their presence on area highways with the goal is to keep people safe this Labor Day weekend.

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“Equal Opportunity Not Results!”

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Sep 4, 2012
 
Same Ole Song wrote:
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Sure she can.
$41.66 a month for uninsured motorist fee.
Sane people refuse to pay $400 a month insurance on one vehicle. Obama needs to look at affordable vehicle insurance for youth to go along with his affordable health care package.
Please tell me you're not serious. Health Care premiums went up an average of $2,500 per year since the (and I laugh here) "Affordable Health Care Act" was passed.
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Sep 4, 2012
 
sell the car. buy a $10k car. use the remaining $20k to pay for 4 years of insurance

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I'm 48, no tickets in my life either.
Not one person in the entire United States will ever believe you have never gone 11 mph over a posted speed limit, why even attempt to say it here as truth? Who's the bold faced lair here now, Jasper?
I'm sorry you are right I did lie, I break the speed limit when I'm in the ambulance running lights and sirens because that is allowed by law. Thank you for correcting me.
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Off duty first responders have a history of exceeding the posted speed limits while off duty. Its their swollen egos that justify in their own minds that they are above the law.
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Off duty first responders have a history of exceeding the posted speed limits while off duty. Its their swollen egos that justify in their own minds that they are above the law.
Agreed. The local police starting cracking down on people with Rescue Squad license plates a long time ago. They indeed thought they were above the law.
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ovary actor wrote:
sell the car. buy a $10k car. use the remaining $20k to pay for 4 years of insurance
Maybe I can sell my Rolex watch and hand the money over to the insurance company?

No thanks. You do bring up another good point though. The insurance companies bear some responsibility in placing yet another uninsured motorist on the highways. If a person doesn't have an excellent record, they make the rates unaffordable.
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Maybe I can sell my Rolex watch and hand the money over to the insurance company?
No thanks. You do bring up another good point though. The insurance companies bear some responsibility in placing yet another uninsured motorist on the highways. If a person doesn't have an excellent record, they make the rates unaffordable.
No it doesn't driving is a privilege, not a right.
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Some of you people have major reading comprehension problems. It's not your fault though, I blame it on the public school systems.
I have said many times in this discussion that the vehicle is paid for. No balance. No lien. Owe nothing on the vehicle. Paid for in full. Have no payments at all. Paid off the balance so she could put uninsured motorist fee on the vehicle. Has no payments to make each month. Which one of these simple remarks can you now understand?
By the way, the vehicle was $54,000 new.
BMW or Mercedes?
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Same Ole Song wrote:
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Maybe I can sell my Rolex watch and hand the money over to the insurance company?
No thanks. You do bring up another good point though. The insurance companies bear some responsibility in placing yet another uninsured motorist on the highways. If a person doesn't have an excellent record, they make the rates unaffordable.
Nanny state mentality...someone else bears the responsibility (the ins co, police liars,etc.....)You sir, need to grow up. You have raised a young girl who has no regard for the law and safety of the rest of us. You sir are what is wrong with this country. FIIGM (f$*& it I got mine) is your credo.
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<quoted text>Nanny state mentality...someone else bears the responsibility (the ins co, police liars,etc.....)You sir, need to grow up. You have raised a young girl who has no regard for the law and safety of the rest of us. You sir are what is wrong with this country. FIIGM (f$*& it I got mine) is your credo.
Once again, you are not paying attention. My daughter does not deny speeding. But she claims she was in a 45 mph zone. The cop says she was in a 35 mph zone.

When you get stopped for speeding, one of the first questions the cop will ask you is, "Do you know how fast you were going?" The worst answer imaginable is to play stupid and answer with, "No." Once you say NO the cop can do as he please. He can charge you with 55 in a 45 zone, 55 in a 35 zone, whatever he feels like. Because his testimony to the judge is going to be that you said you had no idea how fast you were going.

My daughter would still have car insurance if she had been written for 56 in a 45 mph zone. But no, the cop fudged it as a 35 mph zone. One more uninsured motorist you have to dodge now. Have fun!
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ps - in addition to telling you the wrong answer you might give to a cop in a traffic stop, let me give you the correct answer as well.....

"Occifer, this is my license and registration. I prefer not to answer any questions on the side of the road. The case will be heard in court, not on the side of the road. In addition to the fact that you will most likely attempt to construe anything I say in such a manner as to use it against me in court!"

If you are stopped by a really gung-ho rookie who had cheerios for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you will probably have to listen to the speech about Obstruction of Justice for giving the above answer. Don't let it worry you. Just sign the summons, or ask him if you are free to go if he doesn't produce the summons fast enough. You don't have to answer the usual questions. The answers to all the usual questions are meant to be used against you in a court of law.
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Once again, you are not paying attention. My daughter does not deny speeding. But she claims she was in a 45 mph zone. The cop says she was in a 35 mph zone.
When you get stopped for speeding, one of the first questions the cop will ask you is, "Do you know how fast you were going?" The worst answer imaginable is to play stupid and answer with, "No." Once you say NO the cop can do as he please. He can charge you with 55 in a 45 zone, 55 in a 35 zone, whatever he feels like. Because his testimony to the judge is going to be that you said you had no idea how fast you were going.
My daughter would still have car insurance if she had been written for 56 in a 45 mph zone. But no, the cop fudged it as a 35 mph zone. One more uninsured motorist you have to dodge now. Have fun!
But I AM paying attention...What you and your daughter deny is that you/she received a "fair" consequence for your "actions". You still see no problem with all that you have done? Did your insurance co. TELL you that you would still have insurance IF she had been only written for 11 over? Please enlighten all of us so we can avoid this "unfair practice" and the company that practices it.
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<quoted text> Did your insurance co. TELL you that you would still have insurance IF she had been only written for 11 over?
Yes.

If you were paying attention you would have already seen and read where my former insurance company automatically cancels for DUI and any 20+ over the speed limit.

They also automatically cancel for any speed over 80 mph in the state of Virginia.

It's all about money. They take your money as long as you aren't costing them anything in claims or as long as you're a perfect little angel on the highways. But once you become an instant claim or possible future liability - they cancel you. I had had auto insurance with this company for 20 years prior to my daughter's speeding ticket and paid every bill in full before the due date. Don't any of you know this is how insurance companies operate?
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Yes.
If you were paying attention you would have already seen and read where my former insurance company automatically cancels for DUI and any 20+ over the speed limit.
They also automatically cancel for any speed over 80 mph in the state of Virginia.
It's all about money. They take your money as long as you aren't costing them anything in claims or as long as you're a perfect little angel on the highways. But once you become an instant claim or possible future liability - they cancel you. I had had auto insurance with this company for 20 years prior to my daughter's speeding ticket and paid every bill in full before the due date. Don't any of you know this is how insurance companies operate?
Hey "dude" nobody cares about your boring sob story. Beat it already.
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Hey "dude" nobody cares about your boring sob story. Beat it already.
OK. Time to head to the bar for Happy Hour anyway.

I hope I can curtail my drinking better than I did yesterday. I don't even remember going home last night.
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<quoted text>"2- She was going 11 mph over in a 45 mph zone. The cop wrote her as if she was in a 35 mph zone. In other words, 56 in a 35 mph zone. This is why the insurance company cancelled her."
Tell us where this 45mph zone is. I'd like to do a drive by.
I bet it was the 35mph zone near McIntire to the 45mph zone pass the CFD.
There was a speed trap this past Friday.
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No. The city police were working a 35 mph zone right at the beginning of a 45 mph zone.

My daughter was in a 45 mph zone approaching a 35 mph zone. The cop was clocking cars in the 45 mph zone and writing them as if they were already in the 35 mph zone. He'll get caught up in his own lies sooner or later. You do know the local police have a Brady List. Also known as a list of officers whose testimony in court is not allowed for the most part. But they're still on the payroll. Go figure. A Lt. who retired not long ago was even on this list.

Just keep on believing that all cops are honest and good. The 2% of bold faced liars make the other 98% of cops look bad.
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No. The city police were working a 35 mph zone right at the beginning of a 45 mph zone.
My daughter was in a 45 mph zone approaching a 35 mph zone. The cop was clocking cars in the 45 mph zone and writing them as if they were already in the 35 mph zone. He'll get caught up in his own lies sooner or later. You do know the local police have a Brady List. Also known as a list of officers whose testimony in court is not allowed for the most part. But they're still on the payroll. Go figure. A Lt. who retired not long ago was even on this list.
Just keep on believing that all cops are honest and good. The 2% of bold faced liars make the other 98% of cops look bad.
By the way, were you in the vehicle when your daughter was ticketed?
If not, then you have been merely going with what your daughter told you as being true right? In conjunction, that the cop must be a liar or must not know how to ticket properly?
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Amy McMahon wrote:
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By the way, were you in the vehicle when your daughter was ticketed?
If not, then you have been merely going with what your daughter told you as being true right? In conjunction, that the cop must be a liar or must not know how to ticket properly?
No, I was not in the car.

If you watch and read the news long enough, you will see where MANY cops have been caught in lies. But, I have never caught my daughter in a lie.
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No. The city police were working a 35 mph zone right at the beginning of a 45 mph zone.
My daughter was in a 45 mph zone approaching a 35 mph zone. The cop was clocking cars in the 45 mph zone and writing them as if they were already in the 35 mph zone. He'll get caught up in his own lies sooner or later. You do know the local police have a Brady List. Also known as a list of officers whose testimony in court is not allowed for the most part. But they're still on the payroll. Go figure. A Lt. who retired not long ago was even on this list.
Just keep on believing that all cops are honest and good. The 2% of bold faced liars make the other 98% of cops look bad.
Well, hate to say it, but it appears that his spoiled daughter told her daddy a fibby and I would bet she has been lying to you for a long, long time.

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