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Thread: WoF and Rego next to the plate

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
    Coz they hadn't heard your Ducati coming for several minutes prior aye?
    You Sir have a very valid point there.

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    The power of the INTERNET at work.

    Quote Originally Posted by Taxythingy View Post
    Those that stop you for documentation checks already know before they get out of the car.
    Very true. With Rego and WoF reminders sent normally now there's not even a use for those on-bike labels to remind the rider to action them.

  3. #18
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    WoF and Rego

    It doesn't matter where on the bike the labels are fitted so long as they are both clearly visible, it is annoying to to have to search for them. Parking officers will look around the bike but only so much. My ll is on the swing arm which keeps it fairly clean and easy to read.

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    Do the jobsworth parking hardons photograph the entire vehicle before claiming it lacks documentation? Do they submit said photos as forensic evidence supporting their outrageous claims?

    I guess not.

    So, in the unlikely event of being sent an official extortion demand, challenge the ticket with a photograph of the allegedly offending article no longer offending.

    It's a load of bollox. They are taking the piss, so give em piss.

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