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  1. Towing: Re: Car That Could Not Be Physically Towed

    Yes, you can definitely drive your car with a boot on it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyOW5p_8tJY
    Although I wouldn't recommend it lol.
  2. Defective Equipment: Re: Police Didn't Inform Me

    What did the instructions on the ticket say regarding the certifying agency? Did you speak to someone in the Court House, informing them that you had corrected the tail light and had the officer...
  3. Towing: Re: Car That Could Not Be Physically Towed

    A set of wheel dollies and a common jack would be a solution. Put a dolly under each tire and just push the car wherever you want to move it to or get it into a better position for a truck to hook...
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    Determination of Fault: Re: Rental Car Wrecked, No Insurance

    I don't see why Hertz would "ban" you from renting cars from them in the future - however, they are certainly within their legal right to do so. Unless they are banning you from renting because of a...
  5. Speeding Tickets: Re: LIDAR Speeding Ticket for 5 MPH Over the Speed Limit

    OP - here is a thread from this site containing suggestions from other members on how a LIDAR ticket can be "beat".
    http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=120194

    LIDAR relies on POS...
  6. Other Violations: Re: Operating an Electric Longboard on Public Streets

    As pointed out, check your local municipal ordinances for any related to this. Many local townships/boroughs/towns/cities have specific laws regarding these types of "vehicles".
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    Driver's License Issues: Re: Do I Need a Second Drivers License

    Your only option is to have a license issued by the state in which you are residing in.
  8. Background Checks: Re: How Far Back Will Employers Investigate for a Security Clearance

    Maybe I'm missing something now that I went back and re-read the question carefully - but if the question is verbatim "Have you EVER been convicted in any court of the United States of a crime,...
  9. Background Checks: Re: How Far Back Will Employers Investigate for a Security Clearance

    While I accept those who disagree with my perspective, I'd just like to point out that I never suggested that the OP should lie. Omitting to answer a question is not the same as lying. My point is...
  10. Fraud: Re: Is it Fraud to Successfully Guess and Use the Code for an Employee Discount

    You used a coupon intended for use by an employee. You are not an employee. That equals fraud. If you can't understand why, we can't help you.
  11. Disciplinary Issues: Re: Does an Employee Have the Right to a Copy of a Write-Up

    What State? Do you have a written contract stating that you are entitled to a copy of that documentation? Typically, employee personnel files are the sole property of the company (employer) and an...
  12. Reckless Driving: Re: Reckless Driving Charge and Speeding Ticket, 26 MPH Over the Limit

    Also, find a local lawyer in the jurisdiction where it happened. I had a similar situation to yours (cited for exceeding max speed limit, which could have resulted in an automatic suspension -...
  13. Background Checks: Re: How Far Back Will Employers Investigate for a Security Clearance

    Take this advice as you want - depending on the job being applied for and how critical it is to be offered a position, if I were in that situation, I might choose not to answer those questions at all...
  14. Impound: Re: Help

    Yea unfortunately that's about all you can do. He seriously wanted to see a title? In any case, to get money back for your towing expenses you would have to sue the towing company (which is likely...
  15. Background Checks: Re: How Far Back Will Employers Investigate for a Security Clearance

    Pretty sure they will look back to his birth date...like the original one.
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    Towing: Re: Towing Damage

    Get an estimate for repairs before you do anything. As pointed out, if the cost of repair is less than your deductible, you're better off financially just paying for the repair. Better to know that...
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    Harassment: Re: Catfishing Trouble Need Your Input

    Well to be honest, that wasn't really catfishing. His "girlfriend" didn't exist at all (male or female) lol.
  18. Surveys: Re: How to Find the Precise Location of Property Line for Rowhouse

    Hire a PLS or other certified surveyor and have the property staked out.
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    Harassment: Re: Catfishing Trouble Need Your Input

    Thank god for the internet I guess. Saves the OP from having to find an actual hobby.

    There is nothing "normal" about portraying yourself as the opposite sex, finding random pictures online to...
  20. Compulsory Education: Re: Mandatory Attendance of After School Function

    In any case, I refuse to believe that there was no notice of this 5pm presentation time throughout the entire year-long project.
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    Fraud: Re: Writing a Bad Check to a Bank

    Advice? Pay back the money.
  22. Trusts: Re: Calculating Interest on a Loan Having a Prime Rate Plus 1%

    True - I was over simplifying based on the fact we don't have nearly enough info from the OP based on the details but this is a more accurate answer. This chart will show all historic prime rates...
  23. Compulsory Education: Re: Mandatory Attendance of After School Function

    +1 exactly what I was thinking. As a band member all through middle school and high school, we routinely had concerts in the evening and on weekends. We would travel around to the local nursing...
  24. Student Discipline: Re: Can Schools Ban Public Parking

    Guaranteed that this school is in a highly residential area and residents have complained over the years that students are taking up all the public on-street parking that residents need to use to...
  25. Trusts: Re: Calculating Interest on a Loan Having a Prime Rate Plus 1%

    In order to property amortize a loan, you need to know the total loan amount, the term, and the rate. Other than that, it's just simple math. As of April 29, 2015, the current prime rate is 3.25%,...
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