hmmmmm

Lowell, MA

#66 Aug 1, 2009
http://www.mass.gov/rmv/dmanual/chapter6.pdf
anonymous wrote:
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I live in Massachusetts and I own my car and I have full coverage. I never said I agree with uninsured drivers being allowed to drive in Massachusetts, but it is not illegal.
hmmmmm

Lowell, MA

#67 Aug 1, 2009
maybe but NH has terrible unemployment benefits.
rassler wrote:
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You are an idiot. Come to Mass. for a fair wage? People who work in NH almost universally get paid more because we don't have any STATE INCOME TAX you moron.
ToMasshole

Belmont, NH

#68 Dec 28, 2009
Lowering the Bar wrote:
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If that is true, then it is wrong, and the law should be changed
I am actually surprised that you can write, due to the fact that you are a massf--khole. Live free or die is what you should do, but only the latter. Get her done as-f--k and enjoy your sh-thole of a town that is called Lowell. F--k you
Disgusted

Atkinson, NH

#69 Dec 29, 2009
All of you people with all your insults about NH people are the true trash here!!! Do you know how many idiots from Mass drive without insurance and unregistered at that??? You really shouldn't be insulting the whole state because of a "some" people just like in Mass there is good and bad!!!I work in Mass and pay Mass taxes up the butt so if I want to drive in Mass, I should be able too. Just curious how many of you people shop in NH???? Oh let me guess our stores are trashy too. And just for the record I am fully insured!!!
Gardner

Tyngsboro, MA

#70 Dec 29, 2009
scaught wrote:
I had a similar story Bronson. I got hit by an uninsured NH driver in Tyngsborough. Luckily all of the damage was to his car (he rear ended me at a stop sign and my rear spare tire on my CRV scraped the top of his hood). A cop came by and was at a loss for what to do. You think they would be prepared for such a thing since they share a border with NH.
Haha. I stopped into the Tyngsboro Police Station to ask if I needed a permit for an air rifle. The cop said no but asked why I wanted one. It was the year we were overrun by chipmunks and they were destroying my garden. The cop asked if it would be better just to trap them and move them to a new location. I told him that buying a trap and moving them was something I had no interest in. The very next day the Sun had a story that said it was illegal to relocate chipmunks in Massachusetts. The cop was suggesting I break the law.
suzzzzie Q

United States

#71 Jan 10, 2010
J from PA wrote:
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You're what? 15 or 16? You've been so indoctrinated by Massachusetts that you can't even see past you're own nose.
The Live Free or Die motto doesn't translate into "I'll do what the F I want" and what not. For you're education, something of which you're apparently in need of, the full statement is live free or die for there are things far worse than death, which is an exceptionally profound statement. It is one of the basic principles that this great nation was founded on. You being from Mass, I'm hardly surprised that you don't recognize this. New Hampshire is one of the few states left in the nation that truly and honestly believes in the foundation of what our nation was built on and I'll gladly inconvenience a very, very small portion of Massachusetts citizens that are unlucky enough to have a run in with an uninsured New Hampshire driver. Because really, it is a very rare occurrence.
It's all about principles. Something you sorely lack. And while New Hampshire isn't perfect, it's still a far better place to live than Massachusetts in that we still place a fundamental belief in our Constitution. Something you guys could certainly take a lesson from. So go back to sipping your latte and bitching about insignificant things like the few uninsured NH drivers while your state and federal politicians rape you blind.
You're truly pathetic.
now now, why be so mean, I was just in an accident yesterday with an uninsured N.H. young man, every situation is different as are people... The guy was such a hot head it was impossible to deal with him, I got out and asked if he was alright along with his passenger and he (Yelling and waving his arms) asked me if i had insurance because I was paying for all his damage.. Not to mention he was speeding.. Wow!!! no dedaling with guy. I had to just get back in my car and wait for the cops to get there. As other people there suggested as they saw how he was... so people are people.. no matter where we live and what state, I do think it should be a law that no matter where you live you should at least have liability, sure hope he get's his car fixed as my suv did not have any damage...And he can deal with my insurance co...
Ignorance at its best

United States

#72 Mar 5, 2010
An entire thread that demonstrates the ignorance of my fellow Americans.

State boundaries were essentially arbitrarily drawn up long ago.

Yet we have MA residents, many of them living just a few feet away from their NH neighbors - over an invisible state border, trash talking their neighbors. Demonizing the population of an entire State of fellow Americans for the actions of a few.

But then, one should expect this. Americans are quick to demonize everyone from their neighbors across the street to their neighbors on the opposite coast.

Sad, very sad.
TK in NH

Swampscott, MA

#73 Jan 10, 2011
Hey all you smart guys.

Check your uninsured driver coverage to see what it covers.

I was hit in July by a MA driver without coverage.
I have the uninsured policy and thought I was covered.

I've been driving for 32 years without a claim or incident. I'm still in court trying to get my first penny from them.

My uninsured coverage is only for bodily harm, not property. I should have taken the dive like the scumbag that hit me would have.
JAYHICK

Manchester, NH

#74 Feb 2, 2011
wwwwwwwwoooooooooooooooooooooo oooooo. I love NH the greatest state in the country f**k you and your insured vehicle.
Fuzz

Lowell, MA

#75 Feb 3, 2011
You know you can sue people, right? I mean if you're so burdened financially or whatever you CAN sue. Go hire a snake lawyer and f'em back if you want.
Ron

Tyngsboro, MA

#76 Feb 5, 2011
NH drivers who don't have insurance are not allowed by law to drive in Mass. If they do they ARE breaking Mass laws. Some of the posts above are wrong. ANY vehicle operating in Massachusetts must by law have to same insurance coverage required of Mass citizens. It IS the law.
Sick of morons

Dover, NH

#77 Apr 13, 2011
NH SUX wrote:
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Must be another offending motorist from NH coming to our state to work!
GO BACK TO TRASHUA!
Ignorant hot heads from MA, or any other state, should need a license to speak or type publicly. According to the department of safety, the VAST majority of accidents involving uninsured motorists in MA involve MA drivers, NOT NH drivers. Your other ridiculous comments are also dead wrong as well. Demographically speaking, NH is a far wealthier state than MA with far less crime, poverty, and liberal laws allowing "trashy" people to milk the system. NH insurance rates are far lower than MA for a very good reason - check your traffic report in the morning for evidence, there are exponentially more accidents in MA than NH because MA drivers are less safe. You can see the difference the second you cross the border. If Massholes would stay in MA, we could have even lower insurance rates...
You People Are Idiots

Windham, NH

#78 Apr 13, 2011
I would be willing to bet that there are more ILLEGALLY uninsured drivers in Massachusetts than there are LEGALLY uninsured drivers from NH.
Your state is a cesspol of crime and scum, so much so that you cant even own guns without "special permission", and yet you bad mouth NH on a regular basis.
Wake up asssholes, and learn how to use math. Mass has more criminals per capita than NH, and any one majopr city in Mass has more crime in a year than the entire state of NH has in ten.
If you dont like NH GOOD, stay down in your ghetto.
You are not needed up here.
And while we're at it, please return the 300 or 400 hundred cars a year that are stolen from the Pheasant Land Mall in Nashua.
You scumbags.
You People Are Idiots

Windham, NH

#79 Apr 13, 2011
NH SUX wrote:
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Must be another offending motorist from NH coming to our state to work!
GO BACK TO TRASHUA!
Again, you cant do the math.
If Massachusetts workers were worth hiring, your employers wouldn't have to look out of state for employees.
The truth hurts doesnt it?
Why would there be so many folks commuting to Mass to work? Why dont the Mass companies hire more Mass people? Could it be that they want employees who can read and write and do simple math and they cant get that in their own neighborhoods?
Could it be that they are fed up with folks who continually call out sick and come in late? Thats why the people where I work hire NH folks, they want real employees and not gangsta morons.
Talking heads

Lowell, MA

#80 Apr 15, 2011
You People Are Idiots wrote:
I would be willing to bet that there are more ILLEGALLY uninsured drivers in Massachusetts than there are LEGALLY uninsured drivers from NH.
Your state is a cesspol of crime and scum, so much so that you cant even own guns without "special permission", and yet you bad mouth NH on a regular basis.
Wake up asssholes, and learn how to use math. Mass has more criminals per capita than NH, and any one majopr city in Mass has more crime in a year than the entire state of NH has in ten.
If you dont like NH GOOD, stay down in your ghetto.
You are not needed up here.
And while we're at it, please return the 300 or 400 hundred cars a year that are stolen from the Pheasant Land Mall in Nashua.
You scumbags.
Another classy post from a New Hampshire inbred! Don't forget to put your tooth in before you go to the dump to get new furniture.
You People Are Idiots

Windham, NH

#81 Apr 15, 2011
Talking heads wrote:
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Another classy post from a New Hampshire inbred! Don't forget to put your tooth in before you go to the dump to get new furniture.
Again with the meaningless drivel. Maybe you and 14 or 15 of your friends can come up with enough balls between all of you combined to address what I said.
More uninsured drivers in Mass
More crime and criminals in Mass

Try again loser.
Stating the Obvious

Chelmsford, MA

#82 Apr 16, 2011
Pelham Lady wrote:
I actually was stopped on Bridge st one day for supposably speeding. I did not have my insurance card in the car for some unknown reason. It was usually in there. I got a ticket for speeing (doing 36 in a 30) and a 250 dollar ticket for no insurance card. I told the cope I had insurance and the card wasn't in the glove for some reason but he didn't care.
The proof of insurance for MA is the insurance stamp on the registration. NH should employ the same method. Since you can be legally uninsured in NH, perhaps the registration should read UNINSURED. Driving is a privilege, not a right. And part of that privilege should be to carry enough insurance to protect your occupants and the lives and properties of others if you can't be bothered about yourself.
Stating the Obvious

Chelmsford, MA

#83 Apr 16, 2011
rassler wrote:
It's pretty funny having all you Mass. residents complaining about the NH folks driving in Mass. without insurance, when I see about 15 entries in the Lowell Sun's police log PER WEEK concerning MASS. residents being charged with operating without insurance.
If you disagree with NH's laws, that's fine. But going after folks who live in New Hampshire for doing whatit certainly appears just as many Mass. residents (if not more) do, in crystal clear violation OF THEIR OWN LAWS is incredibly stupid and foolish. Wake up folks.
Interesting thing about that - they get in trouble for it.
Stating the Obvious

Chelmsford, MA

#84 Apr 16, 2011
You People Are Idiots wrote:
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Again with the meaningless drivel. Maybe you and 14 or 15 of your friends can come up with enough balls between all of you combined to address what I said.
More uninsured drivers in Mass
More crime and criminals in Mass
Try again loser.
Massachusetts has about 5x the residents, too (6.6M vs.1.3M). The power of basic math...
Mike

Tyngsboro, MA

#85 Apr 25, 2011
hmmmmm wrote:
http://www.mass.gov/rmv/dmanua l/chapter6.pdf
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Hi, You are looking in the wrong place. Chapter 90 of the Mass General Laws is where to look. It IS illegal for those NH cars to drive in Massachusetts. The road test book is merely a short study guide.
Take care.

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