In my area, people drive around all the time with paper tags so faded you can't read them. Police don't enforce it. Drunks get DUIs and keep driving. The state never (seldom) impounds their cars. That would be step in the right direction. My un-insured coverage is
In the past several years the drunks who've lost their cars get mopeds which don't require any licensing or insurance. Except they are 400cc scooters that go 55mph, not mopeds. So now they crash into people's cars and cause havok. The state has just changed the law to require all mopeds to be licensed, but alas, they probably won't enforce that either.
Maybe they should pass a law which says the police have to enforce the laws???
A few years ago in a Food Lion in Sumter SC I was in line behind a well dressed, tattooed, smart phone wielding young lady with a baby in the cart. She was buying several items and using WIC coupons. The cashier pointed out to her that she could get 4 more gallons of milk, and even though she didn't need them, she wanted them. The bag boy was dispatched to get 4 additional gallons of milk. All the while, she's texting on her smart phone with her pretty long finger nails. I followed her out to her car and while it was not a BWM by any stretch, it was a hell of a lot nicer car than I drove when I was in college. So do we keep helping this type too? The type that
Or how about the girl who worked for my sister's pizza restaurant who lived in section 8 housing? Her rent was $300 a month and my sister hired her for min wage at $1200 a month. Her rent went from $300 to $500 because she was making money, afterall. Never mind that it was walking distance... she quit the job because her rent went up! Even though she'd net more money in the end! Shall we help that type too?
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