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I drive over 20 miles to the hall. One of my headlights on my car, low beam, went out. I bought a replacement, and asked my husband to install it. Did not happen. For some time. I go online, to see if I can do it, and experience the ire of you know who. Was not worth it. I drove the car, and hoped for the best, knowing a fix-it ticket was possible. This went on until it got unpleasant. It was to the point the facts were known, and do not mention it.

There sat the light. On the table. And I have to drive the car.

Then came the time it was necessary for my car to be driven by you know who. Off to get an operation. This trip is about 75 miles, and 2 hours driving time.

About twelve miles from our home, flashing lights pulled us over. We needed a headlight replaced you see. And I was not driving, you know who was. I do my best to actually not laugh. We were warned, and off we went. Do not laugh, Bea. Do not laugh. This was Tribal police.

Twelve miles or so, down the road, flashing lights pulled us over. This time the county sheriff. We had one of our head lights out, and it needed replaced, you see.

We told our story. On the way to the hospital to get surgery. Got a warning, again. Well, that was too much. I thought it was hysterical, and laughed. And laughed. I still laugh at the experience.

Surgery went well, and until he could get that light replaced, I had to drive you know whose truck.

When he could, he hobbled out there and replaced the light. A bit later the other one went out, and was replaced promptly.

Not much else to say about this one.

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I am glad your surgery went well Miss Bea..

I had a similar situation to you. we been down the coast to see my Father in law. Hubby new there was a bold tyre. He said it fine,

we will be able to make it home. I had one baby and another on the way.

We had friends following behind.. Sure enough we got pulled over. He was a Crank of a cop. He gave my hubby a warning plus a defect notice. He had to buy a new tyre, pay for the defect notice & lost a few points of his License,

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Tomorrow?? It was weeks. Off I went to hall. Not an issue. The very first time he drove my car, it was an issue, and this time, not mine. But now a light goes out, it is promptly taken care of. The brothers would have taken care of it, but the last time that happened, all was not well on the home front.

If we had gotten a ticket, I was not driving!

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