Well I recieved and emailed my lifetime Driving record to Sills and it appears Im screwed! The violations I have on my record add up to a SDO and cannot be removed due to where the violations were recieved..Incredible! I dont know guys...If Sills does not win this case where do we go from there?
It really gets under my skin that NY'ers are subject to never driving in their country again when people in other states do not have to suffer the same fate...They say Driving is a Privilage not a right but to me this comes down to rights...
Its just incredibly unfair! Where is it fair that Ny'ers have less rights then other people in other states who have more than 3 DWI's but do not have to suffer a country wide permenant revocation because their state does not have the same policy as NY?
Where is it fair that a person from another state that does not have the lifetime revocation policy can get 8 DWI's and get relicensed in that state then move to NY getting a legit license?
Where is it fair that NY'ers cannot move to another state and get a license from that state which does not have the same policy as NY yet will uphold NY's Policy when NY will not uphold their own policy on people from other states who may have 10 DWI's yet will relicense them because they have a legit license from the state they moved from?
Bottom line is, People in other states that have multiple DWI are not subject to a country wide permenant revoction when NY'ers are because NY has this policy while other states do not..This to me is against my rights as an American when other drivers are not subject to the same rules we are...Either each state should have to adapt this policy or we should have the right to get relicensed in another state. Especially if that state does not have such policy and allows people to get relicensed no matter how many DWI's they may have..
Yet they will be strict on NY'ers not allowing them to get licensed in their state because NY says so! even if they do not have NY policies they will still uphold NY States policy which I believe is very unfair...What gives NY the power to rule each states decisions threw their policy?
You guys may or may not agree but to me this is beyond privilage and comes down to rights..