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if your driving with a passenger and you are both under 18, and the driver is wearing a helmet but the passenger isn't. if you got pulled over and got a ticket would the ticket go to the driver, or the passenger w/o the helmet?
 

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if your riding with a passenger, both under 18, and the passenger doesn't have a helmet on, then you're an idiot.
 

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if your riding with a passenger, both under 18, and the passenger doesn't have a helmet on, then you're an idiot.
+1. I realize it is probably your choice (depending on where you live), but it is not the brightest choice. As for me, I always make my passenger wear proper protection. This means a helmet, jacket, gloves, boots, and at least jeans. While all of this may not be readily available (like a spur of the moment thing), I would never have a passengers with anything less on than a helmet, shirt, jeans, and sneakers. As the operator, you are repsonsible for your passenger.

I pray Darwin doesn't get you before you see this.
 

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Just play it safe, If you go out and pick up chicks every night and take them back to your pad to:hump Get an extra helmet or pick up chicks over 18:fact
 

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The ticket goes to the operator. If you rent a car and get caught speeding, you get the ticket, not the rental agency. If you borrow a buddy's car and get caught speeding, you get the ticket, not your buddy. As far as I know, it always goes to the current operator of the vehicle.
 

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And when he wrote you the ticket does it not have a name written on it ?
 

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wether your 18 or not, you should wear a helmet, turning 18 does not give you super powers
 
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