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Old 06-18-2010, 08:58 AM   #21
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ya the beltway cops are always sneaky. thats why I haul azz through there. Sneak past them.

I would love tell you about the time they tried to trap me with a road block on hardy toll at 3 a.m and I turned off my lights and flipped the bike around and drove against traffic the for like 2 miles to get back to an exit.

haha they thought the had me good, and the cop chasing blew past me because my lights were off.

Ahh good times back in the 1990s
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Old 06-18-2010, 09:15 AM   #22
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Old 06-18-2010, 10:13 AM   #23
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ya the beltway cops are always sneaky. thats why I haul azz through there. Sneak past them.

I would love tell you about the time they tried to trap me with a road block on hardy toll at 3 a.m and I turned off my lights and flipped the bike around and drove against traffic the for like 2 miles to get back to an exit.

haha they thought the had me good, and the cop chasing blew past me because my lights were off.

Ahh good times back in the 1990s
That was one of my main reasons for posting this thread. I have no idea how the cops saw everything I did without me spotting them. They must have been behind another vehicle.
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Old 06-18-2010, 10:40 AM   #24
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where's racer x? come on
racer x can't type, his keys on the keyboard are stuck together after reading this thread.
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....why do the kids always fall back to this cop-out?
hahahahahah , yeah, and , I didnt see any negative responses, just emoticons displaying my emotions about this post.....see the face palm is me covering my face because tickets and threads like these happen so often....sigh......
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:25 PM   #27
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racer x can't type, his keys on the keyboard are stuck together after reading this thread.
Each offense was a busted nut.
Shhhhhhh, he's taking a nap now...
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When they talked to me they knew I ran through the toll and saw the wheelie. I happened to edge over to the shoulder and had to lean it back on the freeway and they saw everything. I don't know where they came from, I looked before and after the wheelie and saw no cops. ninja cops.
Ninja cops? You do realize that most of the major freeways have cameras?

They do not need to be behind you to witness the carnage.
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Old 06-18-2010, 01:29 PM   #29
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Ninja cops? You do realize that most of the major freeways have cameras?

They do not need to be behind you to witness the carnage.
Note to you. Cameras on the freeway are not used for police work. They are used to ensure that Houston remains traffic free for inport/export. The make sure to respond in case of an accident/oils spill/ fire/ medical emergency. They are not used to chase speeders. They do record everything but millions of dollars are not spent on this system for HPD or any other police department. 30-40% of oil goes through here. If traffic delays the big trucks from moving through here in time, millions of dollars are lost. Thats why there are like less than 200 watching over 10,000 cameras.

Now the cameras at stop lights are on a different system and they are auto set to catch red light runners. TRANSTAR does not belong to this system.
Thats why you see more cops on the road these days because freeway cams do not chase people.

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tickets, hmm pay them,fight them then pay them or go to jail, does this answer your question? the other answer is stop speeding, stop doing whoolies stop actin an , keep your registration and inspection current and you won't get them. only 2 answers I know
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Old 06-21-2010, 06:39 PM   #31
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tickets, hmm pay them,fight them then pay them or go to jail, does this answer your question? the other answer is stop speeding, stop doing whoolies stop actin an ,JOIN A motoclub keep your registration and inspection current and you won't get them. only 2 answers I know

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I know this doesn't really answer your question ..

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get a lawyer

I had a recent court appearance for lane splitting and I learned the hard way its whatever the cops says.
However the lawyer really helps. When you go to court go contrite and cleaned up it really helps.
It will be fine.
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Sprecher will make you go to court a few times but odds are good the tickets will get dismissed, or he'll keep em off your record. You'll end up paying $100 a pop, for moving violation at least, I don't know how it works with tollway tickets, but odds are he can get them worked out... as long as it's in Harris county, they don't do anything outside of Harris county.
So I called him today and the secretary told me it would be $350....? Thats as much as the tickets. If they don't get dropped that could up to $700 for a ticket. Is this normal?
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Old 06-23-2010, 06:32 PM   #39
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So I called him today and the secretary told me it would be $350....? Thats as much as the tickets. If they don't get dropped that could up to $700 for a ticket. Is this normal?
I've only ever been ticketed for speeding.
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I try not to do dumb that causes large fines. I wouldn't know. I have lawyers waiting to defend me when I up though.
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