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Friday, November 16, 2012

Justin Bieber Going Wild in LA Streets after Break-up with Selena

Photo gives credit to TMZ.
It has been a bad week for Justin Bieber. Following his break-up with Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber started having wild joyrides around the streets of Los Angeles.

Initially, the young singer was spotted driving recklessly in his sick white Ferrari last Tuesday night. According to traffic law enforcement officers, as they pulled him over and asked for his car’s documentations, they found out that its registration was already expired.

Thereafter, Bieber was ticketed but it is not specified what violations the cops noted on his ticket.

The day after he was pulled over by cops, Bieber was reportedly spotted again driving dangerously in LA’s famous 405 Freeway in his $20,000.00 Ducati motorcycle.

According to sources, the singer bought his big bike way back in April in response to his mentor, Usher’s recommendation.

So far, it is not yet clear whether Bieber has already obtained a motorcycle license since allegedly, at the time he purchased his motorcycle, he didn’t have one.

Under the California Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) guidelines, anyone who drives a motorcycle must have a Class M1/M2 motorcycle license or motorcycle instruction permit even if a driver has already secured a driver’s license.

Apparently, the Golden State has a very strict rule when it comes to driving a motorcycle. The most probable reason for this is because motorcycle accident is eyed as the most devastating of all vehicle accidents.

Meanwhile, a Los Angeles motorcycle lawyer herein understands why the state’s government is strictly requiring motorcycle license in California. In fact, he has seen from statistics how the number of fatal motorcycle accidents has rapidly increased over the past few years. The said regulation is another good way of preventing further fatal motorcycle accidents, he commended.


Ellie Graham said...

Driving recklessly will cause you nothing but pain and to other people too..It can bring you serious injuries such as neck injury and whiplash injury, usually you cannot file for whiplash claims if it's your fault..if you are insured, it'll be a big help for you.

Rodney Mesriani said...

Right Ellie Graham.. I hope the Canadian pop star is aware of that particular law.. Anyway, he seems like doing good now.

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