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This is long but i'll shorten it, my friend's car tail light was broken and we don't know if it was broken at our college parking lot where we discovered it or somewhere else. There was no glass or anything on the ground and her car had been hit 2 days ago but on the opposite side.


We reported what happened to the campus police and she does not have a DL so she told them that I'm the driver (so they wouldnt get her for driving with DL) but I have an expired permit. Will she get in trouble for telling them she drives without a license and will I get in trouble for basically agreeing with a lie that I drove the car?

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 Well you have managed to alert the police that the owner of the car (your friend) is driving without a license. I don't know the ramifications but it is like calling the police when the drug dealer steals your money and doesn't give you the drugs. Let me quote my favorite person "beauty fades, but dumb is forever".

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Ask yourself this: If she gets one charge (driving without a license) and you get 2 charges (driving on an expired permit and traffic falsification), which is worse? Yes, you can be charged with falsifying information as to the true identity of the driver.


Which seems more fair to you? How good a friend is this? Is this friend worth going to jail for?


I'll let you contemplate that. Let us know what you think?


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If your permit is expired, you are considered as unlicensed as your friend.  Your permit, even if i were not expired, only allows you to drive the vehicle when you are accompanied by a licensed driver seated in the front passenger seat of the vehicle.  Do not drive the car anywhere...... not even in the parking lot to move it from one space to another.  Call a friend or family member who possesses a valid driver's license, have that person respond to take control of the vehicle and drive it to the residence of the registered owner.  DO NOT DRIVE THIS VEHICLE OR ANY OTHER UNTIL YOU ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE STATE LAWS AND OR POSSESS A VALID LICENSE.

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Grow up !!!!!!!!!!!!

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uncledennis1 says ...



Grow up !!!!!!!!!!!!


 


Yeah!  What Uncle said! Here's your sign.... :-(



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You just can't fix stupid.

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This is long but i'll shorten it, my friend's car tail light was broken and we don't know if it was broken at our college parking lot where we discovered it or somewhere else. There was no glass or anything on the ground and her car had been hit 2 days ago but on the opposite side.


We reported what happened to the campus police and she does not have a DL so she told them that I'm the driver (so they wouldnt get her for driving with DL) but I have an expired permit. Will she get in trouble for telling them she drives without a license and will I get in trouble for basically agreeing with a lie that I drove the car?



Lying to the police and hanging out with a "friend" who is driving w/o a license doesn't portray your morals in a very good light. This might be a good time to re-evaluate your circle of friends and future decision making.

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 ........... and you got accepted into college????:?

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If your permit is expired, you are considered as unlicensed as your friend.  Your permit, even if i were not expired, only allows you to drive the vehicle when you are accompanied by a licensed driver seated in the front passenger seat of the vehicle.  Do not drive the car anywhere...... not even in the parking lot to move it from one space to another.  Call a friend or family member who possesses a valid driver's license, have that person respond to take control of the vehicle and drive it to the residence of the registered owner.  DO NOT DRIVE THIS VEHICLE OR ANY OTHER UNTIL YOU ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE STATE LAWS AND OR POSSESS A VALID LICENSE.



Do this and do it TODAY !!!!!


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Hmmm, no response from OP since the question was asked. Evidently, they didn't like the answer. 


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