High beams least of Gypsum driver’s worries
Gypsum, CO Colorado
GYPSUM, Colorado “-Police pulled over a man on Route 6 in Gypsum on May 5 for failing to dim his headlights, only to discover the driver lacked a license, insurance and proper plates, an Eagle County Sheriff’s Office report said.
The man said he borrowed the car he was driving from a friend.
Police issued the man a ticket for failing to dim his high beams, driving an uninsured car, driving without a valid license and fictitious plates.
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