What should you expect when you take the first vehicle you ever got pulled over in 5 years ago, and tow it with another vehicle that you more recently got pulled over in. You get pulled over. Circumstances have made me become the owner of this '74 GMC Jimmy for the 3rd time. Kind of a repo thing this time. Expired tabs. But I figure its no major offense to tow a vehicle the 100 straight miles home on I-90 without forking over another $20 sunk into the vehicle for a permit. So I pull out to go home... tow bar connections tight, safety chain on, etc... oops, I forgot to turn on the flashers on the Jimmy. I figure I'll just do that when I get to the gas station down the road 3/4 of a mile. I guess I shouldn't even think of sneaking past the law, cause withing 0.5 miles of leaving with the Jimmy in tow, the seemingly only cop on duty in Moses Lake, Wa. just happened to be in traffic behind me. Vehicle in tow not licensed. No lights on. Then, I realize my registration which I physically put in the '84 K5 two weeks ago isn't with me for some reason, and just like last time I got pulled over for no mudflaps, my latest insurance card JUST expired. Oh, and where is my front license plate? I wish I knew the answer to that one too. So, he gives me a warning and says don't move it unless its on a trailer or I have a filled out permit and working tow lights. I just played dumb, and I guess it made me look like less of a criminal. Remind me to keep doing things proper like I should for next time.