Welcome to my new website! It has been a long road to get this accomplished because of me being picky. I hope that my pickiness benefits my prospective clients as much as it benefits my existing and past clients as a useful resource. I cleared out some old posts where I was experimenting with blogging […]
I have run into something new that is disturbing to me. There are certain things that you hide and it is to your benefit to hide them. There are other things that you hide that (although at the time you think it is the best course of action) will later come back to bite you worse than if you had addressed the issue or issues when the event in question occurs. If you, for the sake of discussion, get in trouble with law enforcement (which is what I obviously see the most of), then you need to get help. Whether it is from your family, friends, parents, or your spouse you need to get some feedback… you may not initially like that feedback because it is not likely to be positive feedback.
I know… sort of a mundane topic for a Monday during the lunch hour… but important none the less. I have seen an uptick in traffic ticket issuance this month, which usually means that enforcement is up and that law enforcement is also “probing” for possible DWI’s if you are ticketed during the evening hours.
Just a quick note… if you purchase a vehicle which requires it to be titled (and tagged if for use on the roads) in Missouri the party you are purchasing the vehicle from MUST be the title owner on the title that they are endorsing to you as the new purchaser with a bill of sale to go along with it. This includes motorcycles, cars, trucks, trailers, as well as boats and outboard motors. Off-Road vehicles must also have transferable title as described hereinabove. Although they don’t have to be tagged they must be have proper title. This is because Missouri is a pure title state… that means if your name isn’t on the title YOU DO NOT LEGALLY OWN THE VEHICLE… you may be in possession of the vehicle but YOU DON’T OWN IT.