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Posted: 9/19/2002 1:43:28 PM EDT
I usually go 70-75 in a 55 if there arent many people on the road. 65 if I have guns in the car with me. How heavy is your foot?
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 1:51:44 PM EDT
Well... Whatever the speed limit is, it's not high enough. However fast people are going, they are still in my damn way. I've taken EVOC four times, and took a high-speed course in Germany. I've practised E&E at BSR and Sears Point. Not only that, for some stupid reason my insurance company sees fit to charge rates to me like I actually learned to drive (or whatever you want to call it) out here! Driving in California, my only real consolation is that all the "imports driving imports" will eventually total the tin cans - if I am lucky - and they will all end up in the crusher where they belong. If my luck REALLY holds, they will forget to exit the vehicle first. The driver's handbook out here is printed in FORTY-DAMN-SIX languages! I though English literacy and fluency was a requirement? Now, they are trying to pass a bill to let illegals get drivers' licenses LEGALLY! WTF? Of course, they DID pass the "Consular ID" thing, so you don't have to be legal to have a legal ID now. All you need to do is hop the border, stop by the local Mexican Consulate, and get a card there that will get you into everything else. Piss. I'm more and more for shooting illegals and coyotes whenever found. On the spot. Let's not forget our own people who are helping them in their efforts as "population warfare" - they are traitors. BTW - How fast am I going? The little needle stopped moving at 85... FFZ
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:09:06 PM EDT
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Around here they have a 55 mph limit on the huge freakin 5-6 lane each way highways, it's stupid. Flow of traffic is at least 70-75 mph on it. I usually go about that, not over 80ish as I have low gearing and the RPMs get up higher than I want for just cruising above that. Just as a general rule I almost always do 10 over the limit around on most other roads too. Not too much above that. Although I have been known to kick the throttle more than I should... But then again, unlike these little wannabe bitch fart-pipe-equiped import owners it doesn't take my car 3 miles worth of road to hit faster than anyone has any business going speeds and get back to normal speeds...
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:09:23 PM EDT
In Virginia I usually use the posted+ 10 as my upper limit. When I'm in Arizona I have noticed the posted limit is 75, but the way they drive out there it seems that 75 is nothing more than a suggested starting point [rolleyes]
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:15:44 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:22:29 PM EDT
What signs are you looking at? they're at least 60 around here and in some places 70. I generally "move with the flow". My commute to work is in a 60 Zone and "the flow" is usually between 65 and 75 depending on traffic (although the closer I get to the office it drops down to 10-25 sometimes). On the commute home "the flow" is usually 60-70. On the commute to work I spend most of my time with the group over in the fast lane. On the commute home I spend most of my time in the farthest right two lanes. I try to be courteous and allow people to pass if I see them coming up. It's not my job to be the police in the left lane. I'd rather let them fly ahead and distract any cops running radar anyway and I'd prefer that they are ahead of me so I can keep my eye on them instead of behind me..... it's puts me in a more advantagious postion tactically speaking [:D]. Should, for some unforseen reason, something were to "go down".
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:25:29 PM EDT
Depends on the car I'm driving and time of day, but my average is usually 75 in a 55. I've been known to get up to a buck fitty or so on looooong stretches of highway! [;)] Don't tell Ray!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:25:30 PM EDT
i dont know, i made it from mid-missouri to chicagoland (specifically DuPage County) in 5 hours and 15 minutes.... my spedometer said 85 when i got behind the unmarked FBI car (don't ask, i just know things)... and i know it reads a bit slow....
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:30:29 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/19/2002 2:42:09 PM EDT by luger355]
After getting caught by the man.(several times)in one year ...... one morning doing 85 in a 55 and not wearing my seat belt receiving a nifty $150 dollar ticket. one afternoon getting nicked for 45 in a 35 Another time breaking the warp barrier on the way to work. Unknowingly being followed by an unmarked car the whole time, roughly 10 miles. John law followed me into work has my boss page me front office. At the office is a state trooper asking for me. The state trooper proceeds to verbally bitch slap me. [b]Trooper:[/b] why were you going 55 in a 35? [b]ME:[b/] I was running late for work? [b]Trooper:[/b] did you make it? [b]ME:[/b] Yes sir. [b]Trooper:[/b] Good, Now if I ever catch you doing that again I will not only ticket you, I will arrest you for reckless driving and impound your car. [b]ME:[/b] thank you sir. [b]Trooper:[/b] gives me one of those you asshole looks and walks off. Since that day 5 years ago eventually having my premiums go down. I drive like a little old lady in a BIG land barge. [b]at the posted speed limit.[/b] The fastest ive ever done? 140 mph in my sisters corvette. That was loaned to me . [devil]
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:36:57 PM EDT
the speed limit is just a recomended speed for worst case conditions, like 6 inches of snow. usually i do about 75-80. but i do know the damn speed limiter kicks in at 100 on the truck. i need to get the police pursuit chip to remove it....
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:43:53 PM EDT
55! Uh oh. I thought it said 155! [peep] Seriously, I try to keep it to around 75 or so most of the time (the limit on the major highway over here is 70) Though I will admit to doing 120+ for a short time, and 90+ the whole way from Orlando to Ft. Lauderdale once.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:50:47 PM EDT
in truck 70-75 kph on highway in car 100-120 kph go with flow. fastest ever in car was 180kph and it had more but i was running out of highway.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 2:54:13 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/19/2002 3:26:42 PM EDT
Originally Posted By OffRoad: in truck 70-75 kph on highway in car 100-120 kph go with flow. fastest ever in car was 180kph and it had more but i was running out of highway.
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Damn - you guys drive slow up there! 120kph is only 72mph! That's creeping!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 3:41:32 PM EDT
Originally Posted By M4_Aiming_at_U: How heavy is your foot?
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It's made of lead! The worst ticket I've had was for doing 130mph in a 70mph zone a few years ago. Thought I was going to jail but after a good berating by the officer he let me go. It was 5am on a Sunday morning with 5 lanes of open freeway. My boss didn't believe me until I showed him the ticket. Deferred Adjudication is a wonderful thing. I think I've done that 4 times. I've been trying to reform myself since my wife is now 3.5 months pregnant but it's hard not to do 80-100mph when the freeway is clear. I'm a man of view vices but driving fast is one of them. I do use discretion. I'm not a moron weaving in & out of traffic. In my 18.5yrs of driving I've been in 2 accidents. One was a guy drunk guy in a truck who hit me when I was 17 & the other was when I rear-ended a guy while doing about 20mph when I was 19 & I wasn't paying attention to the light. Speeding does not automaticly eqaute to reckless.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 3:48:07 PM EDT
Depends on the condition and # of cars on the road. Fairly busy- never more than 75 Passing a group of slower vehicles = about 5 mph faster than they are going. Semi open 80mph Open road ( nobody around ) 90 or better Had my VW to 155 one time (7200 rpm 5th gear) Damn Corrado just likes to go fast. Charlie
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 3:50:16 PM EDT
Oh dear. I drive about three miles per hour under the posted limit. Set my cruise control and just sit back and relax. I have to get a good tail wind behind me or I might not make it up some hills since my car is so heavy and underpowered.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 3:51:19 PM EDT
Cnatra, What kind of car were you driving when you were going 130? The fasest I have ever driven was 120 and that was in my ex girlfriends 2001 Toyota Landcruiser. around that speed I could barely move the steering wheel. I guess landcruisers arent made to go that speed any how huh?
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:00:52 PM EDT
What I'd love to know is if police officers, whose job includes writing speeding tickets on interstates, ever speed while driving their personal vehicles. If so, how do they live with such a contradiction?
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:13:23 PM EDT
1983 Hwy 99 just past Fresno at 0545 on a Friday. I was on my 1983 GpZ1100 cruising along at 85 mph. I happened to look in my rear view mirror and I saw an unmarked CHP Mustang weaving through some traffic behind me (I saw the cow catcher front bumper). No lights or siren. I figured WTF, dropped it from 5th to 3rd and nailed the throttle. I left him like he was tied to a tree, I stopped looking at the speedo at 130 mph. About 5 miles up the road I am cooking along at around 150 and I am looking for a place to turn off, nothing but almond orchards for miles. I drop back down to 80 mph and I notice three CHP's heading the opposite way from me. I look ahead and I see a couple of cop cars cross the median and block the road. I pulled over and ended up getting a reckless driving and evading arrest ticket along with being arrested. $1,200 worth of jail time later, plus towing fees and I was on my way. Best parts? When the judge asked me if I was aware how fast I was going and I said "no, I was looking at the road in front of me, not the speedo", when the judge asked me if I thought 150 was too fast to do on a public street and I told him "ask the CHP officer, he was the one weaving through traffic at 120 mph trying to catch me (he even wrote that on the ticket "I was doing 120 mph+, he accelerated to 150 mph+ and left me at a rapid rate"), I was doing however fast he said I was going in to traffic, see, it says so on the ticket" and when the judge threw out the evading arrest "Officer, did he or did he not pull over ONCE you turned on your red lights and siren"..."Your honor, I was in an unmarked car"......"I don't care, if you won't or can't identify yourself as an officer of the law when you started the chase and when he pulled over after you turned on your red lights and siren is not evading arrest in my book". The Merced County Sheriff was cool about it, he was asking about the bike. When I was released the CHP gave me an escort for quite a while at 55 mph!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:14:40 PM EDT
Originally Posted By OffRoad: in truck 70-75 kph on highway in car 100-120 kph go with flow. fastest ever in car was 180kph and it had more but i was running out of highway.
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you sure, I always get canadians passin me at 85 on I5 on the way back up to BC. normaly I do about 10 over unless in a school zone. but I tend to cut loose from that quite a bit, ok alot. (when that turbo kicks in you just gotta go with it.) thats untill this summer when I got my first tick, then my second a month later and a third two weeks after that. Damn state patrol got nothin better to do than pick on kids in fast cars. I had to sell my volvo and get a 4runner cause the ins was too high. I loved that car. fastest I ever went in it...137
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:21:51 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By M4_Aiming_at_U: Cnatra, What kind of car were you driving when you were going 130? The fasest I have ever driven was 120 and that was in my ex girlfriends 2001 Toyota Landcruiser. around that speed I could barely move the steering wheel. I guess landcruisers arent made to go that speed any how huh?
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'99 SVT Contour. I was essentially on one of my top speed runs that morning. It was a cool,dry NOV. morning. That thing would pull to 141mph indicated consistently. I kind of miss it. I have an Acura CL-S now. It's strong to 110mph but then 4th & 5th are geared ridiculously tall so unless I add headers it's slower to 140(5ish)mph than the SVT was. This thing has a slushbox & it's heavy. Basicly an overweight & overpriced Accord coupe but the motor is nice. I'd love to have something like GreenFurniture, German sports cars are primo! (but that's not in the cards now.) RWD is proper for a sports car & I want a V-8. Maybe a used C5 in a few years. Unfortunatley a mini-van is on the list next for the wife & then I'd like to get a 4wd pick-up & a dirt bike. Can't get speeding tickets or horrendous insurance bills while ripping around the trails on one of those. 120mph is friggin fast for a 5000lb Landcruiser. I guess that had the 4.7L V-8 ?? Entertaining story USNjoe!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:42:55 PM EDT
45-50mph. Here you leave the road (has no shoulders), you hit ledge or trees or drop off a mountain. I'm in no hurry for that. When I lived in Nevada, all she would do!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 4:56:24 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Green_Furniture: Oh dear. I drive about three miles per hour under the posted limit. Set my cruise control and just sit back and relax. I have to get a good tail wind behind me or I might not make it up some hills since my car is so heavy and underpowered.
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OMG, and nobody has shot at you yet????
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:15:28 PM EDT
I usually drive around 25-30 over on the highway. And varying speeds on surface streets depending on the area. I don't care about tickets. [;)]
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:16:03 PM EDT
64mph for two reasons: 1. Dont want a ticket (never been pulled over or been in an accident and I am loving the cheap insurance). 2. My '94 Blazer handles like a pig above 65mph. Kharn
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:16:18 PM EDT
Considering that i AM above the law, i do about 80-90mph. i have been trying to get the police to stop me but they just wont! i literally drove past a trooper doing 93MPH while he was sitting on the side of the road. i saw him and i was like "yes! finnally i get to get stoped!" no such luck for me. i didnt get stoped. dangit!
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:20:08 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/19/2002 5:21:52 PM EDT by LARRYG]
Usually right at 10 over the posted limit. In Georgia, if the speed limit is 35 or higher and not in a school zone, a county or city cop using radar MUST give you 10 over by law. The fastest I have ever been on the road was 152 in my RX7 TurboII one night on I95 below Daytona, about 2 in the morning. The fastest I have been on the track was about 198 in a Porsche 962.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:29:19 PM EDT
Here in Phoenix, if ya ain't goin' AT LEAST 15 mph over, yer gonna get passed by just about everyone. AB
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 5:31:22 PM EDT
I guess the real question is, can you go so fast that you can lose you guns if you get busted? Is there such a thing as felony speeding (or felony any-type-of-driving tickets)? I guess I'm asking specifically about here in Kali, but other places probably have similar road laws. (Then again, Kali has some of the worst anti-sports car laws on the books, they outlaw everything fun here.)
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 8:08:43 PM EDT
Originally Posted By LARRYG: The fastest I have been on the track was about 198 in a Porsche 962.
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I'm envious! The 962 was the evolution of the 956 right ?? Did it have the water cooled heads ??
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 8:10:41 PM EDT
Originally Posted By blackrazor: I guess the real question is, can you go so fast that you can lose you guns if you get busted? Is there such a thing as felony speeding (or felony any-type-of-driving tickets)? I guess I'm asking specifically about here in Kali, but other places probably have similar road laws. (Then again, Kali has some of the worst anti-sports car laws on the books, they outlaw everything fun here.)
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When I was younger,dumber & thought I was immortal I was threatened with reckless endangerment with a motor vehicle.(90mph in a 55mph) Not sure if that's a felony? Any lawyers out there??
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 8:23:14 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 8:37:23 PM EDT
Back when I was stupid... ie, under the age of forty(only csuse I'm 46 now ), I drove like an idiot - like it seems they still all do. Yeah - I got my tickets and I paid my my fines, but anymore I pretty much drive like I shoot, "RESPONSIBLY"! Turn signals work - use them! (one of my pet peaves).. I usually drive 4 to 5 over the posted limit on the highways and normally drive the posted limit on surface streets. I'm usually on my motorcycle and it never ceases to amaze my at the speeding idiots on four wheels that are totally clueless when it comes to recognizing those of us on two wheels.. BTW - the last reason for me getting a speeding ticket is "going TO work"!!! Maybe comming home...
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 8:59:35 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DevilsAdvocate:
Originally Posted By Green_Furniture: Oh dear. I drive about three miles per hour under the posted limit. Set my cruise control and just sit back and relax. I have to get a good tail wind behind me or I might not make it up some hills since my car is so heavy and underpowered.
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OMG, and nobody has shot at you yet????
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It was a joke. I drive at a speed that is proper for the conditions and traffic. Usually around 90 or so. Fastest I've been in this car is around 160 or so. Fastest I've ever been while driving is a little faster on the back stretch of Sebring.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 9:55:34 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 9/19/2002 10:14:13 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Troy: Of course, if someone is doing 100 or more, they start to pay attention. Especially if the car is a high-dollar sportscar. -Troy
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YEah, they should pull over those pricks. Their cars weren't made to go that fast and they most likely can't drive them anyway. Let the hiway heroes in Stanzas and Accords blast by since they were made for high velocity travel.
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 10:34:39 PM EDT
My normal highway speed is about 90MPH. On good days and longer trips I up it to 110-115MPH. My car will run over 135 all day long. But for the most part there are no cops on the roads and high speed is allowed. There are areas on the autobahn were you must slow down and they have cameras that will take your pic and mail you the fine. Germany is a great driving country. And most Germans love to drive. I had a mini-van pass me one night and I was doing about 110MPH. -Wish you were here! -Dave [img]http://www.imagestation.com/picture/sraid10/p0da42184a03b7af42b21bb7df7ff4482/fe0a5531.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 10:40:58 PM EDT
Troy - I know about 680N - I LOVE that stretch! I have found that 280N once you are out of City limits is a pretty good drive between 1900-2300 is pretty open and freely drivable - same conditions. I enjoy blasting along at about 85 in my 88 Cherokee while dimwits in their fartwagons get pulled over all up the road! FFZ
Link Posted: 9/19/2002 11:42:19 PM EDT
Fastest I ever went on a bike was 171 mph on my )slightly built) 90 FZR1000, radar proven! Had a friend who had a Muzzy ZX9 motor in a ZX7 frame, it went 193 mph. Another friend had a ZX11, it could only do 160 mph. City cop (friend) who used to take his patrol bike home, took the radar unit from the bike up to the Lancaster area on Ave XXXX (5+ miles of nice flat open paved road) and ran our own top speed tests. Elevation is around 4,000 ft.
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 4:25:24 AM EDT
Speed limit is 55? My speed will be hovering right around 60-65 then. No more than 65 - thanks to Georgia's wonderful 10-over law that LarryG talked about earlier. Fastest I've ever been? 115mph in 3 different cars - 1989 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 1995 Toyota Corolla, and a 2002 Ford Taurus. Think I might have even touched 120 with the Corolla. I'm boring, but my insurance rates are cheap... [;)] the_reject
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 4:30:29 AM EDT
Originally Posted By cnatra:
Originally Posted By LARRYG: The fastest I have been on the track was about 198 in a Porsche 962.
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I'm envious! The 962 was the evolution of the 956 right ?? Did it have the water cooled heads ??
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Yep on the evolution of the 956 and yep, it had the water cooled heads, a 962C.
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 5:16:42 AM EDT
Here's my AR15.com-related answer: I drove from my home in Plano, Texas, to Nebo, Illinois, the site of the BRC this year, a distance of 700 miles precisely, in 9.5 hours. That includes a thirty minute stop for lunch at the Steak and Shake in Rolla, Missouri, and two gas stops. Without deducting any time for the stops, I averaged around 83 miles per hour. Figuring in the stops, I averaged, well, let's just say a considerably faster speed. [:D] Ask [b]Arock[/b] and [b]Jarhead_22[/b] about this white-nuckled trip! Eric The(SpeedDemon)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 6:06:41 AM EDT
Like George Carlin said, "Anyone who drives lsower than me is an idiot. Anyone who drive faster is an asshole." I always thought "10 over" was guaranteed in the Constitution somewhere...[:D]
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 6:40:31 AM EDT
Originally Posted By EricTheHun: Here's my AR15.com-related answer: I drove from my home in Plano, Texas, to Nebo, Illinois, the site of the BRC this year, a distance of 700 miles precisely, in 9.5 hours. That includes a thirty minute stop for lunch at the Steak and Shake in Rolla, Missouri, and two gas stops. Without deducting any time for the stops, I averaged around 83 miles per hour. Figuring in the stops, I averaged, well, let's just say a considerably faster speed. [:D] Ask [b]Arock[/b] and [b]Jarhead_22[/b] about this white-nuckled trip! Eric The(SpeedDemon)Hun[>]:)]
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Check your math Eric. It is 73 MPH. Still you were travelling pretty quick when you factor out the stops.
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 7:25:09 AM EDT
During my daily commute on the 55 mph freeways, I am generally going about 85. Fastest I've been is 135. My speedometer goes to 160, but I haven't gotten there yet.
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 10:08:58 AM EDT
What I don't get are the people who interpret speed limits as the literal truth! Obviously, if it says 35, and the road is capable of 45-50 or better, you just drive and quit worrying about what the signs say unless there's a cop around. It's obviously some kind of psychology game they're playing nowadays--35=45, 45=55, etc. Makes you feel like your sticking it to the man and living on the wild side while actually you're not. The only people who fail to realize this are those who probably should not be behind the wheel of a car. What if there were no signs at all? What would people do? Has anyone noticed the huge increase of roadway signage everywhere? It's as if everything had to spelled out for these imbeciles! The other day I had some bitch in a BMW playing vigilante in front of me--she would tap her brakes to ensure she was going exactly 35mph. There is nothing more infuriating than having someone in front of you step on their brakes for no reason, mile after mile. She must have been fixated on the speedo or something. Either that, or she wanted to "teach me a lesson" because after all, I'm just trying to get where I'm going with a minimum of hassles. What the hell is wrong with people these days? My other take on speed limits: They are all posted intentionally low in order to create instant speed traps wherever the cop is patrolling. This is an excellent pretext to pull over anyone at any time for any reason whatsoever. He was "speeding." Yeah, but was he doing anyone any harm? Whatever. I long for the day when there are no speed limits at all. They accomplish very little. Oh yeah, and I love those little "Your Speed is" trailers that try to shame you into driving slower (I love them so much that I fantasize about setting them ablaze). They have the reverse effect on me. I try to drive past them as fast as I can. The town near me set one up where the limit is 35. I went through at 65! That should shock the hell out of the little old lady behind me. Makes me smile. I hope they're recording people's speeds on a tape or disk in there. Driving faster helps--when they determine avg. speed for that road, maybe they'll get a fucking clue!
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 10:21:07 AM EDT
that's fucking perfect trickshot!!! we do the same thing with those speed trailer here. as soon as you see one (check for cops, if none) then floor it. my friend dragged past one doing 165kph in a 60 zone. speed limits are horibly low here. the strech of road this is on is the road he lives on and i've held 80kph on it in a really bad rainstorm (wipers set to max, and rain still covering windshield) and had no trouble. which brings me to another point (rant = on) what was i driving????? why a half ton rwd truck with no 4x4 and "no" weight over the wheels. but fwd is safer you say, PROVE IT. show me somewhere you can go that i can't. people always say but it's safer in storms...! realy then how come after a storm, all you see is people in pick up trucks driving around? god i'm so tired of fwd vs, rwd. my truck is just better, period. there that feels better :)
Link Posted: 9/20/2002 10:49:01 AM EDT
Originally Posted By trickshot: roadway signage everywhere? It's as if everything had to spelled out for these imbeciles! The other day I had some bitch in a BMW playing vigilante in front of me--she would tap her brakes to ensure she was going exactly 35mph. There is nothing more infuriating than having someone in front of you step on their brakes for no reason, mile after mile. What the hell is wrong with people these days? My other take on speed limits: They are all posted intentionally low in order to create instant speed traps wherever the cop is patrolling. This is an excellent pretext to pull over anyone at any time for any reason whatsoever. He was "speeding." Yeah, but was he doing anyone any harm?
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I hate left lane bandits. I really think speed limits are about revenue for the respective city,county,state governments. It's a speed tax. I'd rather pay the speed tax up front so they get their money but gawd I'm sick of being raped by insurance companies.
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