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Old September 30th, 2009, 02:26 PM
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Make sure if you get the speeding ticket in Canada you PAY the fine, ( otherwise don't plan to get back in ).
A friend of mine did that and the following year we went snomobiling he go detainned at the border for 6 hours and refussed his entrance.

FIRST OFFENSE

As far as being arrested for speeding in the States, well not sure how that happens, I was Chased, Barricated and obviously pulled over for the insignificance of passing the Officer ( hidden ) at lets just say more than doble the speed limit. I guess he was upset I did not see him, so 2 exits down the Turnpike the Whole Circus commenced.
Did not get arrested as no other violation than SPEEDING ( well I was charge with evading, wreckless driving , endangerment and about 6 other bologna tickets. Was forced to diver for 6 months only between 6 am and 8 pm ( as I was the only supporter of my household and needed to drive to go to work ) and I had to display a sign issued by the court stating " THIS VEHICLE and DRIVER ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO BE ON THE ROAD BETWEEN 8pm and 6 AM ), and 12points on my license. ( NEW JERSEY 1994 )

SECOND OFFENSE:

Almost same speed , but this time I pulled over after one mile or two ( as on my rearview mirror looked like the 4th of July fireworks with all the lights.
Bunch of tickets, went to court, had an out of state license and tags ( CA ) ,Judge sid to Prosecutor " Please tell me the recorded speed is wrong " Prosecutor said " Allow the Officer to answer that Your Honor " the Officer statement " Your Honor I've clocked Mr. XXX at 147mph with his brake lights on " got 1500.00 fines, no points, and the Judge tore me a new one, and walked away. Her final words, " IF YOU APPEAR AGAIN IN FRONT OF ME I WILL REMEMBER YOUR HABITS , AND GET A MD LICENSE WITHIN THE NEXT 30 DAYS , and REPORT THE NEW LICENSE TO THE COURT, OR MAKE SURE YOU RESIDE IN CA FOR GOOD "
What were you driving? I got gunned at 142 and I kept going. I knew a Crown Vic wasn't going to catch up and I figured I was going to jail either way. Made it three miles, pulled off, hid behind a gas station, saw him go by 20 seconds later with sirens blaring.
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Old September 30th, 2009, 02:55 PM
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It was foot to the floor (for a very sustained period of time) in Nebraska or one of those flat states. Speedo said 110 mph. I would say we were doing around 100 (porsche speedos run high too).

The NAS trucks have limiters at 89mph (BFGs are S rated to that speed only) but a disco I or RRC chip in a 93-95 will get rid of the governer.
i dnt think mine was chipped the computer was probably failing

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What were you driving? I got gunned at 142 and I kept going. I knew a Crown Vic wasn't going to catch up and I figured I was going to jail either way. Made it three miles, pulled off, hid behind a gas station, saw him go by 20 seconds later with sirens blaring.
, Your brakes must have been on fire, what were you driving
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What were you driving? I got gunned at 142 and I kept going. I knew a Crown Vic wasn't going to catch up and I figured I was going to jail either way. Made it three miles, pulled off, hid behind a gas station, saw him go by 20 seconds later with sirens blaring.
Must have been something with a nice front spoiler to keep the front end from rising. I've been up there a few times, but back in highschool my car would begin to lift significantly around 130ish...
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Old September 30th, 2009, 03:41 PM
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What were you driving? I got gunned at 142 and I kept going. I knew a Crown Vic wasn't going to catch up and I figured I was going to jail either way. Made it three miles, pulled off, hid behind a gas station, saw him go by 20 seconds later with sirens blaring.
First offense an Evil SE
Second Offense an Evil VT

On the first I did not have a chance to keep going they closed the NJT

On the second I could have but I was sure they would have recognized the car for future
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Old September 30th, 2009, 03:50 PM
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First offense an Evil SE
Second Offense an Evil VT

On the first I did not have a chance to keep going they closed the NJT

On the second I could have but I was sure they would have recognized the car for future
What was the vehicle?
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Old September 30th, 2009, 06:29 PM
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Old September 30th, 2009, 06:46 PM
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i see what you mean about the noticabilty, be funny to try to convince the officer it wasn't your yellow lambo that he saw fly by 3mins ago it was someone elses.
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Old September 30th, 2009, 08:38 PM
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i see what you mean about the noticabilty, be funny to try to convince the officer it wasn't your yellow lambo that he saw fly by 3mins ago it was someone elses.
Exactly, no way it will fly, I meant you can go to court, argue, but even if you get off, next time even if you sneeze behind the wheel they will get you
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