Video of a man traveling in his conveyance yet stopped by the policy officers. He held his ground and emphasized the following:
- He was not driving. He was traveling.
- Drivers are taxi drivers and bus drivers.
- He is not a mister/master of a boat. He is just called by his name.
- He had a common law paper to show who he is. [not sure this was needed]
- He held his ground even though they offered to arrest his body/boat. They offered many times and he did not back down!
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Note, he does have a driver’s license, which they looked up, but he said he did not need it then because he was not driving, meaning he was not working. He was not trafficking goods or carrying passengers/customers.
As noted by the AntiTerrorist, these interactions are a battle. I would say they are a battle of words.
- They’re saying driving. We say traveling.
- They are saying we need a license. We are saying we don’t because we’re not driving at this moment.
Also see this video and popular page: Traveling versus driving; no license needed (video proof)
This youtuber also has this sticker on his conveyance:
And these plates on his conveyance:
Great for young people
It occurs to me that young people aged below the ‘legal’ ‘driving’ age would be especially interested in this topic as they aren’t even allowed to participate in the driver’s license deception. They could be on the road much earlier with this approach.
Not sure what to do about insurance, but I’m sure an insurance company would write some sort of policy. They will even insure a movie star’s legs. Please comment below if thou has insight into this part.
- Traveling versus driving; no license needed (video proof)
- Driving is commerce
- Traffic means movement of goods, as in the movie Traffic, about drug trafficking
- Traveling, not driving, for state Citizens
- Be a simple man. Take the words at face value. Police is pronounced poilcy. U.S. is not U.S.ofA. Persons is not people.
- Not a driver? Free to go. Not a person? Free to go.