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    Lost my license plate?

    Hey guys, last night I went out for a ride, went to Mission, Langley, Delta, River Road and then to a friends house. When I got to his house my license plate was still on my bike (I always look back at my bike while walking away from it, weird I know). I left his house at 9:30 this morning and my plate was still on my bike (he lives in LADNER). So somewhere between riding from ladner and riding to Surrey I lost my plate, either on River Road, Highway 91 or Surrey. What should I do? I tried calling ICBC general inquieries but got nothing except that they're closed on Sundays. I tried calling some insurance places but all of the one's I called are closed on sunday too. I really want to ride today?
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    go to a superstore there ins are open 7 days a week
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    Alright guys, I didn't know I had to call Surrey RCMP and report it as "lost'. They gave me a police file number and now I can go to an insurance agency and get a new plate. Thanks for the tip about superstore, i'm going to head they're. Thanks
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    FWIW loss must be reported to the police.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamalama View Post
    FWIW loss must be reported to the police.
    Cool, I got that part. Here's the other part, what does FWIW mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sykk_KiLL View Post
    Cool, I got that part. Here's the other part, what does FWIW mean?
    For What It's Worth........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sykk_KiLL View Post
    Here's the other part, what does FWIW mean?
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=fwiw

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    Wicked, thanks boyz!
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    I always use a zip tie on one hole on my plate so if the nuts back off I donot loose the plate, not the prettiest thing but it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractor View Post
    I always use a zip tie on one hole on my plate so if the nuts back off I donot loose the plate, not the prettiest thing but it works well.
    That's smart, i'm just going to zip tie my new plate tommorow. Since both holes for the plate were held on by screws, I don't trust them anymore. I guess from the vibrations it just fell of. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sykk_KiLL View Post
    That's smart, i'm just going to zip tie my new plate tommorow. Since both holes for the plate were held on by screws, I don't trust them anymore. I guess from the vibrations it just fell of. Oh well.
    You riding a Harley...??

    I use the plastic nuts and bolts we use at the shop for new bikes...they never back out....like metal ones...Hey and they don't rust !!

    Some douche is running from the cops tonight with your plate...

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