Cincinnati Police officers are attempting to make driving throughout the city a bit safer for everyone with the new decision to impound all vehicles for having rims too large for the car. Incidences of expensive towing situations are already happening across the city as the growing number of citizens begin to be outraged by the nonsense and inconvenience this might present when it comes to safety measures and vehicles.
The news comes as a shock, a disappointment and a concern for most in the city who are already driving with rims (affectionately known in some circles as “dubs”) and have been doing so for decades. Car dealerships and both rim and tire manufacturers at local repair shops are also concerned seeing as though many of them produce cars and replace many with brand new rims on a daily basis.
So what does it all mean? Are we dealing with something even deeper here? Watch the clip below to get the full scoop, find out the consequences and form your opinion on whether or not this new ruling is going to stick around for long.
What are your thoughts on the situation? Do you believe this is appropriate and should be enforced in order to demonstrate better safety in our city? Do you disapprove and feel this is related to race and discrimination in Cincinnati?
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