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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by LusterBroil, Mar 14, 2006.
is a boat covered when hit while on the water by a motorcycle policy?
Should be covered by liability insurance as property damage. Same as if the motorcycle crashed into a front yard.
But you really need to give more details...for entertainment. Please.
Edit: Nevermind...hadn't watched the video yet.
I work at a body shop so I can asses the values pretty well. Best thing to do is if you borrow a friends car, use the mirrors to check if there is a motorcycle next to you.
or borrow the pinto instead of the mercedes if you plan on not using the mirrors
I'm just messing with you guys, I look in all directions when I drive (sorry about the video quality):
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Just read something interesting on the ECEA forum, from someone who has the insight and is in a position of knowing
"That would not happen in the BIg Apple, The NYPD would use that footage to find the players and shut them down. We have taken over 800 dirt bikes off the street in the pass year."
When you think about the dirtbike problem in NYC versus Philly and Baltimore I think he is correct. Of course 800 is only a beginning but the more of them they get rid of the better it is for us
have you been hanging around that roy guy? wtf u talking about willis?
Sorry not everyone speaks Royanese
Modern power mirrors can be fun. You can pry the mirror out and not hurt anything. But it takes quite a whack to actually knock the assembly off the car.
Tire sidewalls on the other hand offer very little resistance to pointy objects.
Who wants to play hooky with me tomorrow and take a ride up to Stamford?
I need to go get a new passport (lost mine in a flood).
My appt is at 10:30 am
Might be my last ride in the area for a loooooooooong time.
Lunch will be at one of the famous steamed burger places (no really, they're good)
oh my god John, I'm so glad you're still here to joke about it. I would bash the fuckers door and window in. A buddy of mine has these flashy gloves with titanium knuckles, I've seen him shatter a side window of a car with them on. maybe you should get a pair of those.....
I saw those guys last Saturday on my 4th trip to the Rockaways. Good to see some MC guys get involved and help other folks.
I was there too with my wife. We did our best to help but so much more is needed...
I was off from work last week so I tried to volunteer twice in Red Hook bk and was turned away. They said they didn't need anymore people. My sister in law did get a spot and her job was to kick the scamming 5hitheads out of line they caught lining up multiple times a day for the same cleaning supplies. Mops, brooms etc. I'd be SOOO much better at that then her!!!
I worked the line the Friday after Thanksgiving (read here) and noticed only a few people get back into the line, it wasn't a big deal since we had plenty of supplies and nobody told me to kick them out. One good thing about working the line is that I met a few families that needed help, so I wrote down their numbers and asked them for a list of stuff they needed. This past saturday we went back out with my wife to deliver items and volunteer at the same church (St. gertrude's on Beach 38th).
Nef, were you guys on Beach Channel between 50th and 70th??? I can't remember the exact address but I remember seeing the bikes, vests and yellow shirts.
Yup. Beach Channel and 59th. On the same property as the Post Office.
What she was told was these people come every day multiple times and the organizers thought the must have had a store where they were selling the stuff. What a horrible thing to do.