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there isn't any law prohibiting street parking (or wasn't). it was the fact the plates were expired so they noticed.
I was all ready to buy used when I went car shopping last year. I found the gap between the used car price and the new car price simply wasn't large enough (it was barely noticable) to justify buying a used car.
but that whenever I drive one I just can't help myself from trying to get at least 50 MPG. On the plus side, it means I'll never get a speeding ticket.
Its an often-overlooked fact that your car has to be registered/licensed to be parked on the street.
From a dealer, or from a private sale? I'm not surprised there's no deals to be had on a used car from a dealer.
I recently read an article somewhere that does the same thing with home energy usage -- comparing you to your neighbors and giving you a smiley-face on your bill when you do well.
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