[AccessD] OT: Friday Humor...

Doug Steele dbdoug at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 08:45:34 CDT 2010

Hi Shamil:

I'm not sure of the exact details, but here's a rough guide:

In this part of Canada (British Columbia) you would get a fine (to be paid
through the mail, usually) for around CAD$200, and points (maybe 3
points?).  If you accumulate enough points in a 12 month period, 12 or 15 I
think, you might have to go to court to try and convince a judge that your
license shouldn't be suspended for a period.  Your car insurance gets more
expensive as you accumulate points as well.


On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 4:49 AM, Shamil Salakhetdinov <
shamil at smsconsulting.spb.ru> wrote:

> Hi All --
> The good humor is in the bottom of this message I suppose - "anecdotes
> about
> (Russian) road police" - the last one is a bit rude, sorry...
> The Black Humor is here:
> Drivers here can get their car driving license cancelled for 4-6 months
> because of the crossing/cutting by their cars the road line in the rose
> zone
> - of that picture: http://sms-web.biz/pdd/bm3.jpg ...
> Like that - http://sms-web.biz/pdd/spc1.jpg - more or less - it's a real
> case pictured here - a man (a lawyer BTW) has got his car driving lost
> based
> on such a picture + a Russian road policeman report, which was a kind of
> gibberish cheating...
> My question is: would such a road traffic rule violation result in getting
> your car driving license cancelled temporarily there in your countries?

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