This article struck our eye because the reviewer received a ticket a few hours after picking up his 2005 Corvette tester, not for speeding but because the car did not have a front license plate which is unlawful in some provinces in Canada and many states in the U.S. To give the reviewer a clean vehicle to photograph, the Vette was given sans plate and the police were none too sympathetic. The only thing the cop told him; "Well, sir, it is your responsibility to make sure, when you pick up a car, that it has both plates". See, testing cars isn't as safe as you think it is.
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