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Racing to me is just the outward display of whose car is faster than the other guys It is not a sport It is not game It is just immaturity on wheels Now of course many people will put a lot of work money and time into making their car faster than the next guys but why There is no product to show for all of your hard work but a glove-box full of speeding tickets an engine that will need to be replaced soon and tires that have already been replaced ten times Hopefully you will soon realize that beating someone else in a drag race at the stop-light has its consequencesRacing your vehicle can lead to speeding tickets which in turn can lead to a bite in your wallet Speeding tickets normally range from about a hundred to two hundred dollars and can be documented on your permanent driving record For example you can get away with your first ticket by paying the fine and then taking defensive driving but if you get another one within the next year defensive driving will not be an option If this happens you will have to pay the fine and the violation will be documented Differed adjudication is another option but a judge must grant it It basically works like probation in that if you get another ticket within either a ninety-day or one hundred and eighty-day period depending on what the judge gives you both tickets will go on your record But if you manage to make the ninety or one hundred and eighty days the ticket will not go on your record However you cannot take differed adjudication more than once in a year If your insurance company notices an excessive amount of tickets on your record you can expect a significant raise in your billRacing can also lead to wear and tear on your car Constant excessive acceleration burns oil quickly This if
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