We all know that Buffalo Bill quarterback Josh Allen can do any wrong on the football field, but was he busted doing something illegal off the field?

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As he was leaving the player's parking lot this past Sunday, Josh Allen was photographed in his truck and some eagle eye internet sleuths caught something that didn't sit right.

Here in New York State, if you own a vehicle, you are required to have your vehicle inspected by a New York State certified inspection place. You then have to keep your inspection updated for as long as you own the vehicle.

The inspection sticker needs to be placed on the front driver side of the windshield of the vehicle. Then there is a hole punched in the sticker saying what month the inspection expires.

While looking at the sticker, someone pointed out that Josh Allen was driving with an expired sticker.

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Driving with an expired inspection in New York State is a violation and could end up costing you some money in form of a fine.

If the inspection sticker on your vehicle has expired in the past 60 days, you can receive a fine of $25 to $50. If the inspection sticker is expired more than 60 days, the fine is between $50 and $100. If there is no inspection sticker, the fine is between $50 and $100. A mandatory state surcharge of $88 ($93 in town and village courts) is added to the fine.

We know that Allen has enough money to pay the fine but why waste his money on that!

if Josh is reading this, here is the link to renew your inspection! CLICK HERE

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