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    Laws - View Law: JOYRIDING


    Joyriding is defined as borrowing someone’s car, bicycle, boat, or motorcycle without permission and with the intention of just using it for a while.

    Even if you are just a passenger, you are still responsible and if the vehicle gets damaged you may have to pay.

    Other penalties for joyriding are counseling, community service, probation, house arrest, detention, or having your driver’s license or permit taken away.


    Comments
    6 thru 10 of 76 comments     1  [ 2 ]  3   4   5  ...   
    On 02/09/08
    Lana from NY said:
    joy riding is fun until you get caught then your toast and there ain't on going back after that!
    On 02/07/08
    from AL said:
    joy ridings fun
    On 01/18/08
    dl from CA said:
    I stole a 500,000$ hummer from my rich neighbor and it had 32s on it but i crashed it now i cant walk and I went to jail for criminal charges and I eat though a tube and breath though my nose and so DON'T ever ever do it
    On 01/18/08
    Mandie from AL said:
    this law is one of the best laws even though I broke it my parents said they don't care so I did it and I got arrested and I just got out.
    On 10/30/07
    corey from TX said:
    this law is good the way it is
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