New law targets license plate frames
PHOENIX -- Starting Jan. 1, many Arizona residents may be breaking the law.
A new law allows police officers to ticket drivers whose license plate frames cover any part of the "Arizona" written at the top. Each ticket would have a $135 penalty.
Guess I gotta remove my plate frame:
To be Stressed
I suppose they will also target all the Camera-Proof license covers, that only show half the plate at a time..
The State must be really hard up for Money, Money, Money, Money.. :rofl:
They are, extremely bad. Most, if not all the speeding cameras on the freeways do not have anything but a fine to pay. Not a ding on the record, no need to take the class or worry about your driving record. Plus they aren't cops or people.
Yeah.. but at 135 bucks a pop.. the License Frame Law is all about MONEY..
And I don't think they have any limit on how many times they can stop you for the same "crime"..
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