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Old 07-22-2012, 05:16 PM
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speed limits are artificially low on most roads in BC, simply to make $$.
doesnt take speed to have an accident, go look at the carnage in a mall parking lot to easily prove that one.
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Old 07-22-2012, 05:49 PM
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Your right the mall parking lot has tons on minor fender benders,but how many of them are fatal. Speed limits are not set as a cash grab cause all you gotta do to not pay is stay within 10 km of it hard from some ( including me ) but I'm not ignorant enough to believe that my tickets are anyone's fault but my own.

Buddy you with all those fines and tickets WOW I wish I could afford to drive that fast, wish I could feel bad for ya. Maybe you need a beater that rattles apart at 120 km so you slow down .
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Old 07-22-2012, 07:57 PM
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speeding does not cause or create accidents. speeding just increases the penalty when you fuck up.

unfortunately the driving skills of most people on the road are abysmal and there needs to be a way to protect the public from themselves. the best way they have come up with so far is to use things like speeding to try and create situations where when you fuck up, you get to do it again. this is no special secret that the MVA and ICBC have penalties for people who get caught not staying within those set regulations.
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Old 07-26-2012, 09:51 PM
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Hey guys, I just registered my u built. They want receipts for the major components( decking, frame, axle and tires). If you have receipts, they. Ant charge you tax on those components, if you don't have a receipt for components you have to make a hand written declaration( their form that you fill out) stating where you got the components from( and make sure you state they were free so they can't charge you tax on them) and take that form to a notary, the notary stamps it and you take it back to your insurance place and then you can register your u built. Not much harder than before, just the notary charges a $25 fee
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:32 PM
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Hey guys, I just registered my u built. They want receipts for the major components( decking, frame, axle and tires). If you have receipts, they. Ant charge you tax on those components, if you don't have a receipt for components you have to make a hand written declaration( their form that you fill out) stating where you got the components from( and make sure you state they were free so they can't charge you tax on them) and take that form to a notary, the notary stamps it and you take it back to your insurance place and then you can register your u built. Not much harder than before, just the notary charges a $25 fee
I had to do the same when I did mine back when I registered mine, think it was around a year ago
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