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post #1 of 14 Old 01-31-2005, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Warning to all VA residents....

Just thought I'd let all of you know, before you go and put some spinners on your WRX, you might want to take a look at this.....

http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp...051+ful+HB2390














Yes, I'm joking about spinenrs on a WRX. But, no, that link is no joke...
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post #2 of 14 Old 01-31-2005, 05:40 PM
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Oh ny god that is so funny!
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Why would they do that. lol it should be no spinners on sports cars but suv's go ahead. But seriousley whats wrong with spinners.
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Maybe the cheap hub cap ones come flying off like ninja stars!?
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i think its a good idea. theres been alot of bad things goin around about them causing accidents.
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Saw this article on my local new website:
http://www.thewgalchannel.com/automo...89/detail.html

That seems to explain it a little more, however I think it is a stupid law.
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You won't see me complaining about this law I don't care for spinners anyway! It's like the neon lights and ultra-fast turn signals for those attention whores among us.

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I don't like spinners either, but I would still like to know that if one day I did, I would have the freedom to do what I wanted. Just because a group of people doesn't like something doesn't mean that they should force other people to conform to their likes and dislikes. It's not a good law, I would think that with everything going on, lawmakers would have better things to do with their time rather than tell people what rims they can and can't buy.
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Apparently, we also now have to worry about what clothes we wear in the great state of Virginia....

http://democracyforvirginia.typepad....ive_sen_2.html
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Wow! it just keeps getting better
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I hate spinners too, but like the free speech folks (I guess i am one!) say "this is just the first step"

Better we defend peoples rights to make ugly mods to their cars, so we can keep the right to make mods we think are tasteful.

Next they will decide you have to remove your STi wing, or your FMIC, or any number of 'unnecessary in the eyes of Virginia" car parts.


on the 'All is not lost' front, there is also a billl in the works to ALLOW exhaust modifications in Virginia... http://www.enjoythedrive.com/content/?id=33740
Bet this one doesnt pass. Wish it would
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Nevermind. Apparently hb2895 got tabled on 2/1/05 so i guess it just gets to die quietly.
VA still sucks,
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Apparently, we also now have to worry about what clothes we wear in the great state of Virginia....

http://democracyforvirginia.typepad....ive_sen_2.html
I would just go commando, problem solved.
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I think MU5A5HI said it best... VA still sucks =P

To many screwy laws.

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