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How much is a traffic ticket for having a headlight out in Florida?

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2013-11-19 06:06:14
2013-11-19 06:06:14

$164...Completely ridiculous.

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Sounds to me like the case for a new ticket or even arrest. Something is not kosher.


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I am going to need a new headlight.



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