Do YOU feel it sounds like an emergency vehicle siren?? Of course you should fight it. Make "Mr. fuddy-duddy" expose himself in the court as the stuffy bully that he is. I have a feeling the JP would find a way to dismiss the charge.
Showing your age Bookmup an old siren to his moms Vega
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Too bad those cars rusted away in a matter of weeks
First Car (15 yrs. old)
OH YA... Kami, don't tell the judge you actually pulled some one over, LOL. That's like impersonating an officer which is a bad thing (shakes finger). You're challenge is to make this HORN (not siren) seem less "siren-like" and more "horn-like" to the JP.
Prohibition as to use of siren horn
(6) No vehicle other than an ambulance, fire or police department vehicle, public utility emergency vehicle or vehicle operated by the Ministry shall be equipped with a siren horn or a device producing a sound which so nearly resembles that produced by a siren horn as to deceive or confuse. R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, s. 75 (6).
Clearly, since you actually pulled someone over, the sound DID "deceive" and "confuse". Quit shooting yourself in the foot, LOL.
There's the problem!!!kami009 wrote: i only used the siren once to pull someone over
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