UMAD?

My good friend up in Ausjalia (yes, I said Ausjalia. It’s an insider) got pulled over not to long ago for being to low, and his fitment. The car was marked as “defective vehicle”, which over there, it means they tow it, restore it back to it’s “factory” state, and you jump through hoops to get it back on the road.

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This guy was a fan of his car. He was taking pcitures for himself, not for the department haha

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2 responses

  1. Terry

    Hahaha!

    I’m laughing with this guy, not at him, considering I’m on my second defect notice of the year.

    Being low and stanced in Australia = danger to society.

    Hope the owner doesn’t get too much of a hard time trying to get it fixed haha.

    December 24, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    • Damn, I guess Autralia is a harsh place! I would’ve thought the U.S. would be more strict, but I guess not haha. Good luck to both of you guys :P.

      Yeah, I hope so, too. Australia has some of the best and lowest cars over there; With cars like those, I didn’t think the law would be that bad over there.

      December 25, 2010 at 1:15 am

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