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*Pulled over for speeding* - Issued warning

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*Pulled over for speeding* - Issued warning

(im a G2 driver) A cop pulled me over for doing for doing 70 in a 50 (it was a road that was about to become 60 and in about a 100 metres or so later a 70km/h road). he was nice enough to let me off with a warning (verbal warning, no paperwork). My question is, will this warning go on record? I know this wont affect my insurance but if i was to get pulled over again in the future, would the cop know that i had already been issued a warning previously?
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Should have asked the police if he was going to leave a memo on your profile and they often do.

But in most cases of hta they don't leave any notes for warnings.
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Living your life, a 1/4 mile at a time?
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Think of the Childre…
It goes on their record not insurance. If they pull you over again Mr.Vin Diesel, they can trace back the first time they pulled you over.
vindiesel wrote: (im a G2 driver) A cop pulled me over for doing for doing 70 in a 50 (it was a road that was about to become 60 and in about a 100 metres or so later a 70km/h road). he was nice enough to let me off with a warning (verbal warning, no paperwork). My question is, will this warning go on record? I know this wont affect my insurance but if i was to get pulled over again in the future, would the cop know that i had already been issued a warning previously?

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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I thought they had to issue a warning ticket for it to be officially recorded.
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Think of the Childre…
No.
Jimbobs wrote: I thought they had to issue a warning ticket for it to be officially recorded.

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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I've had a different cop bring up a past warning before. Pretty sure they can keep records and there was no impact on my insurance
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vkizzle wrote: Living your life, a 1/4 mile at a time?
Calm down.. OP was doing 70km per hour...
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iownyou wrote: Calm down.. OP was doing 70km per hour...
Look at OP's user name...
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You're lucky that hundred shot of NOS didn't blow the welds on the intake
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Every access is logged, so yes it will be visible to other officers.
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vindiesel wrote: (im a G2 driver) A cop pulled me over for doing for doing 70 in a 50 (it was a road that was about to become 60 and in about a 100 metres or so later a 70km/h road). he was nice enough to let me off with a warning (verbal warning, no paperwork). My question is, will this warning go on record? I know this wont affect my insurance but if i was to get pulled over again in the future, would the cop know that i had already been issued a warning previously?
Change your name.

And to answer your question, yes.
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Just curious, which gear were you on to hit 70, I think gear 14?
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40% over the speed limit! You might as well be going 140km/h in a 100km/h zone! :eek:
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peteryorkuca wrote:Should have asked the police if he was going to leave a memo on your profile and they often do.

But in most cases of hta they don't leave any notes for warnings.
Kasakato wrote: Every access is logged, so yes it will be visible to other officers.
Okay, thanks. Will this only be limited to the police department in my agency or am I on a province-wide database?
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JohnB wrote:
iownyou wrote: Calm down.. OP was doing 70km per hour...
Look at OP's user name...
fboybcb wrote:
vindiesel wrote: (im a G2 driver) A cop pulled me over for doing for doing 70 in a 50 (it was a road that was about to become 60 and in about a 100 metres or so later a 70km/h road). he was nice enough to let me off with a warning (verbal warning, no paperwork). My question is, will this warning go on record? I know this wont affect my insurance but if i was to get pulled over again in the future, would the cop know that i had already been issued a warning previously?
Change your name.

And to answer your question, yes.
Im horrible at coming up with usernames. VinD seemed appropriate :p

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