Cincinnati cars: ignoring red light cameras can send you to jail.

Acura Dealer Cincinnati, extended car warranty, Honda Dealer Cincinnati, how much will your car be worth, Hyundai, Hyundai Dealer Cincinnati, Kia Dealer Cincinnati, New Car Dealerships in CincinnatiThere’s no doubt that laws both govern how we drive and dictate the penalties for failure to follow the rules. All of us here at Superior agree those laws are necessary to protect us from the irresponsible actions of others, and of course we also hate that double edged sword when they are applied to us as well. Now there are rogues out there who not only disagree with the law, but also don’t believe that the consequences of breaking a particular law should apply to them. Some of them so flippant that their total lack of respect for the law is almost comical.

I remember hearing this story once about a guy who ran a red light, got caught by the Red Light Camera and was mailed a picture of his car along with a citation. Well, this motorist, in what most have been a moment of profound inspiration, decides to mail in a picture of money to pay his citation. Funny right? Of course it was! Until…a week later, when the police mailed him back. When he opened the envelope, he pulled out a picture of handcuffs. I wonder if he laughed, because I sure did.

I was thinking about that story the other day and decided, “That couldn’t be true.” I checked, which I thought was a long shot, but they are the master debunkers of urban legends, so what the heck, I gave it a shot. Low and behold, this is what I found: Man, doesn’t get away with sending picture of money to pay for citation.

Yes. It was true. What was the lesson we learned here? Yup…cops always have the last laugh.

We’ve all heard our fair share of urban legends. For fun, check out the Autos section and read some of the crazy urban legends you hear about cars. Then swing by Superior and find you the truth behind being Cincinnati’s best car dealer group.


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