Are you the Driver? 4

Legal definition of a DRIVER (Black’s Law Dictionary)

One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle,with horses, mules, or other animals, or a bicycle, tricycle, or motor car, though not a street railroad car. See Davis v. Petrinovich, 112 Ala. 654, 21 South. 344, 36 L. R. A.615; Gen. St. Conn. 1902,

So the next time the police ask if you are a driver, remember the above definition and ask yourself “Is anyone paying me to drive?” If no one is then you are not a driver. You now fall under the common law right to travel – look it up!


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4 thoughts on “Are you the Driver?

  • Greg Hall

    I wholeheartedly agree with this, and one would assume it could be successfully pursued. However, if we drive around without plates or their licence requirements, we would just be hassled on a continual basis. Risk vs rewards. I think we need to choose our battles.

    I assume you still comply in this regard?

    One thing though, is if we have a licence it could be argued we have already agreed to the terms. I would be interested what would be required to cancel the licence to be fully out of the system. Then maybe it would be easier to travel without the said licence. The registration of the vehicle is a different matter and would absolutely have very police officer pulling you over daily.

    Great work you’re doing. A huge thanks!



    • John

      You could have a licence Greg, but there is no obligation to be using your licence to drive, while using your private conveyance, the licence is to allow you to do so as a profession, to do so and get paid for it. – A Drivers Licence, a licence to be a paid “driver” – To get paid to drive.
      Keeping is not owning, I don’t get why the mass-public can’t get to grips with this. – Registered Keeper, a very specific wording, that means nothing to do with ownership, something we have more than enough definitions of to use and apply to a car, so why call it that, because it means what it says, clearly.
      You wouldn’t buy property and agree that someone else can own it, so long as you can keep it, would you?

  • Ivar Raginski

    Here you have one brilliant example of it! I came across this clip some time ago on
    Yes-and thank you so much for the job you are doing since it not just rises a courage to stand for our rights,but brings a real knowledge of how to defend ourselves by dealing with corporate parasites as well!