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That's my fate, for a missing front plate.
A few weeks ago I got a ticket for missing a front license plate. I got it when I was parked on the street in Chicago as I was eating lunch on Devon. Jina and Paula were pretty shocked, as was I since the ticket says I can see photo evidence on-line. Does that mean some meter maid took the time to take a picture and give me a ticket? Boo.

I guess I could just put my front plate on, but that would require me to drill holes in my front bumper (Subarus that are made in Japan only come with Japanese spec bumper holes). Since that's a pain and front plates don't look very good, I just paid the fine.

But that's a good segue to introduce Mr. Chi-City. If you don't know who he is, he's been making quite a splash on YouTube thanks to his humorous videos about life in Chicago and his refusal to show his face. Here's a video about a parking ticket that he received. Be warned that there is bad language.


Posted 02/25/2009 09:36 PM in Cars, Ramblings | Total Comments: (2)
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Dining on Devon
Man, wish I were around then to eat with you all. But, yeah... having the police actually take a picture of the offense is better than them simply giving a ticket without proof, right? Hope you get a plate on there somehow, though, as you could well pick up some more fines before you obtain another vehicle.
Submitted by Dan on 03/08/2009 10:05 PM



I finally took a look at the picture, and they totally took a picture of my hood with no bumper in it. That means I could have contested it! oh well.
Submitted by filbert on 03/11/2009 09:22 PM



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