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Old 08-20-2014, 01:17 PM   #1
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Temporary Insurance.

So long story short, my temporary insurance paper was ripped off the back of my car. Can I print another one and place it back on? or can I just write the numbers down and put it back up?

Reason why it wasn't inside was because previous owner tinted the fuck out of the rear so you can't see shit out of them.
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Best bet is to go to the autoplan agency and have another one printed. There may be a fee. If you think someone has taken it to use it on another vehicle, I'd report it on non-emergency in case they get caught and try to implicate you.
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Does it have to be on the outside if the windows are tinted? I was told to put it on the inside regardless.
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You can put it on the inside, but you may get pulled over.

When I had temps taped inside the back with 5% tint, I was pulled over 3 times coming home from Metrotown to Lougheed...no ticket or anything, but they just wanted to make sure.
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Ninjatune, naw I work in Whalley so a shady ass crackheads probably ripped it off.

Autoplan agency wont give me a new one, they told me to photocopy the one in front and stick it back.

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Does it have to be on the outside if the windows are tinted? I was told to put it on the inside regardless.
I rather not get pulled over because a police officer thinks I'm driving with out insurance and then get fined or a VI for having a dark tint.
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You can tint the back window just not the sides or windshield
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You can tint the back window just not the sides or windshield
You can tint the side windows, as long as they're behind the driver.
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You can put it on the inside, but you may get pulled over.
Incorrect. You must clearly display your temporary operator's permit, as it says on the TOP and in the MVA. It is a $196 fine for improper display of plate (permit in this case).

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Autoplan agency wont give me a new one, they told me to photocopy the one in front and stick it back.

I rather not get pulled over because a police officer thinks I'm driving with out insurance and then get fined or a VI for having a dark tint.
As for replacing the TOP, the autoplan agent should be treating it the same as if it were a licence plate, as should you. Have you reported it stolen? Also, if you've noticed, the front tag and the rear tag of the TOP are different. If I saw someone running two identical front tags, one in the front and one in the back, I would be stopping that person and making sure that no Criminal offence (fraud, stolen vehicle, etc) was taking place, thereby potentially further disrupting the driver's/occupants' day.
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^ So what would you advise someone to do to securely place the TOP on the back of a vehicle either with tinted windows, no windows or a shallow slope to the rear window that would make mounting it in a vertical position impossible?
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I would recommend that people use their imagination a bit. You know, using the same screws that they would use to mount their metal plate.

Leave the rear portion of the TOP in the plastic pouch provided by the autoplan agent (provides a nice weather barrier) and then screw the screws back into the mounting bracket, through the pouch/TOP. I've done that with TOPs for my motorcycle and cars. Works perfectly.
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Yeah, keep it in the plastic cover and either tape it to the outside of the glass or where the license plate goes.
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Yeah, keep it in the plastic cover and either tape it to the outside of the glass or where the license plate goes.
If you use the screws to secure it to the licence plate bracket (with or without the plate still there), you can avoid the wind pulling it off/defeating the tape, as well as the rain defeating the tape.
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Incorrect. You must clearly display your temporary operator's permit, as it says on the TOP and in the MVA. It is a $196 fine for improper display of plate (permit in this case).
Well the autoplan person that printed mine (and saw my car), as well as the 6 or so officers that pulled me over at various points on my commute had no problem with it.

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The autoplan agent's job is to sell you insurance. Once they have your money, their job is done. As for the police officers, you'll find some that will ticket and some that won't. Just like some will ticket you for going 65 in a 50 and some won't. Doesn't make it legal to have it pinned up in a place you know its not visible.
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