« on: January 06, 2014, 02:43:29 PM »
when I park at rosedale park, I assume now that the authorities ARE out to get me. as an old school American peace veteran, my car is my freedom of mobility, for some it is their living or their home or their prized possession. at least by making your voice heard, the wyco hall can look into any kickbacks from the tow company and resume fair practice in that deteriorating region of the metro. park rangers should be conducting horticultural tours or cleaning restrooms in addition to their vehicular inspections.
Hi Jamie, I have answered your real life question. Answer mine. 4 years ago my 27 year old daughter was hit in Kansas City, MO. The other person said it was their fault. They didn't have proof of insurance and when she looked their tags were expired. She called it in and the police said get the make and model and license plate number and bring it in beacuse there were no injuries. She only had liability insurance because that the most she could afford and the least she had to have to still be LEGAL. She was out $1200 and lost her, freedom of mobility, her prized possession, and made it hard to make a living. Why does she get screwed just because they shouldn't look for people with expired tags in crowded placed. Like apartment building, parking lots. etc. What should be done, nothing.