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So if I am driving and I stop at the red light.. ?

A:  It''s called "following too close!" Each driver is responsible for maintaining a space cushion between their car and the car closest in front. When you are struck from behind, that damage is the responsibility of the car that struck your car. IF your car in turn is pushed ahead and hits the car in front, that''s YOUR fault. It''s advisable to keep about one car length between your car and the car in front at stop lights The absolute minimum distance should be the ability to see the rear tires of the car...

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Can i have a Light in my grill on my car?

A:  old man once told me, its easier to get forgiveness than permission, meaning drive with it on until a police tells you it has to be off. 9/10 he will just tell you to unplug it and not right a ticket. if he does right one just take the light into the judge and show him you disconnected it and he will dismiss but i highly doubt you will have any problems. as long as your not impersonating a police officer Try green or white. Definitely not red or blue, you will get stopped. Other colors..... you might get away a different color. Looks like Jerome believes in the "ignorance is bliss" attitude. Check the laws BEFORE you do this. They WILL ticket you if it is a violation for your state. From other questions from people living in NY asking about being able to use yellow/amber lights...

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Can I sue my car dealership for breach of contract?--Q

A:  Yes, you can sue the dealership. I would. I''d be furious since you had a purchase agreement for a specific car. I''m not sure if you could sue to obtain that specific car under the rule of law known as "specific performance" and think that, at the very least, you''re entitled to some compensation. Let me ask you this - did you sign a financing agreement for this specific car? Do you have any paperwork that identifies this car specifically? I''m not quite sure what your total damages are just yet. Very sorry to hear about your "loss." I have a similar issue as posted above. My husband and I purchased a vehicle from a major car dealership. We had...

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OMG i need help with my car...?

A:  If it''s paint from the wall, it should come off with a bit of elbow grease. The scratch in the paint - Go to a car parts store. They can read the body color from the tag on the drivers door and get you some touch-up paint of exactly the same color. Try washing the area. The paint on the wall may be water based. You could use a detergent with a mild abrasive like soft scrub? If it is oil based, try the nail polish remover; not the nail polish. Go to an auto store near you and pick up a bottle of touch up paint. They should have one for the make and the same color of your car it cost about 5$ at most and will be a lot less noticeable than nail polish. Your dad should never find out If it is not scratched through the paint you could try some...

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foreclosure when I didn't sign the mortgage

A:  I think that the lender made a serious mistake and that it really has no rights to your half interest of the property.  I don"t understand how they can "reform" the mortgage to snare your interest.  Your real problem is that you don"t have legal representation to protect what may well be a decent position. I have two suggestions to try to get that necessary legal representation: 1.  Contact your ex and tell him about the situation.  At this point, the only offer made to you is for $2000.  Tell your ex to go with you to the legal aid attorneys and waive any conflicts between you.  In return, you and he will share whatever comes out of the house to you after you receive the first $2000.  That should be attractive to him, and it may get you...

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Fell in a grass covered whole at the city park, should I sue?

A:  Sounds kinda like a set up? 1. Your homeless 2. You lost your home 3. You live in a shelter 4. Everyone knew about the hole 5. You did not avoid the hole 6. No one reported the hole to the city or tried to fill it themselves Hmmm I think they will sadly laugh at you You can contact an attorney though and see what they say. Just don''t tell them a bunch of people you know fell in the hole and did not report it or fill it. If you really want to sue them, contact a lawyer. The first visit is a free consultation. If they think you can win the case, they will take the JOB. If they don''t they won''t. So if you guys all knew this hole was there, why did you not fill it up? Why did you not avoid it in the first place? If you want to be a whiny...

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Ok heres the thing i was arrested for hitting my ex boyfriend. im not sure if the police had pictures of?

A:  If he files for assault, and you are charged with it, then you can get jail time; no idea where you live but I''m sure every country can give jail time for assault. You will probably get something lighter, house arrest or community service, and if you''re lucky then he won''t file for assault. The cops certainly have evidence of his beating so you stand a slim chance of winning the case if he tries to charge you with assault. If I were you I''d go to him, apologize and beg him not to take you to court. @Mitchell So if one of the thousands of women in the world that are capable of beating the crap out you put you in hospital, and the police turned up you''d just be like ''Oh I tripped, nobody hit me''? Guess what; The numbers of

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Can i drop charges against my fiancee in a domestic violence case?

A:  Nothing is what's going to happen... remember now, that is what they call Due process, meaning there is a procedure, she will need to go to court after that, there will be arraignment, that means if she is going to plead guilty or not guilty then, the prosecutor (this should be the person you should be seeing not calling)...then they will set up another courtdate, that should be the time, you should go on record, that you will not press charges on her... but you see with the legal system there is time for everything.... after that they will soon close the case... they do put everything in the right prospective... so, call and make the appointment with her prosecutor and her lawyer of public depender (or whoever represents her).... Everything will be fine....

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What should I do in this case in California?

A:  You can still file a complaint with the EEOC. However, keep in mind that if your employer did not know you had a disability, it would be hard to say that they discriminated against you because of that disability. I would send a letter to your former employer via certified mail with return receipt requested. Keep a copy of the receipt for later proof. In the letter, ask for reconsideration of the termination and explain the situation, as you did in this forum. I would also go ahead and file a complaint with the EEOC. You say that your employer did not know that you had a hearing issue. However, that may just be your perception. Let the EEOC investigate the matter for you. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you very much for your idea. I have some questions regarding with...

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Do I qualify for a hardship drivers license in the state of Texas?

A:  From the TX DOT website frequently asked questions section: 1)What are the requirements for a Minors Restricted Driver License (MRDL/Hardship)? The minimum age is 15, but less than 18. Applicants 18 and over are not eligible for a MRDL/Hardship. 37 Texas Transportation Code 15.28, Texas Transportation Code 521.223. Present proof of Identity and Social Security Number. 37 Texas Administrative Code 15.24, 37 Texas Administrative Code 15.42, Texas Transportation Code 521.044. Complete and submit the DL-77 MRDL application for screening of eligibility to your local Texas Driver License office. Obtain Parental Authorization Signature (parent must be present to sign.) 37 Texas Administrative Code 15.27. Complete required forms available at your Texas Driver License office. Proof of...