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Old 12-02-2008, 08:48 PM   #21
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Old 12-02-2008, 08:54 PM   #22
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next time try and speed away and tell us what hapins
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I'll admit, I really don't have the to try running from a cop just yet.

Tell you what, you try running from a cop and tell us what happens
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:16 PM   #24
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I'll admit, I really don't have the to try running from a cop just yet.

Tell you what, you try running from a cop and tell us what happens
this happens
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:24 PM   #25
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:08 PM   #26
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i just got my first ticket today for doing 50 (70) on a 40. on kingwood dr. right b4 u get to woodlands hills. over here in kingwood. i tried to run but there was way to many cops and i figured i wasnt gonna get away since there was a helicopter chasing me also and the FBI sooooooo.... :(





jk. i didnt run. i pulled over.. :( 190 dollars......
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:26 PM   #27
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well, on that underpowerd girly bike of yours, Id think twice. Ask Azylum.
aw dont tell me youre still sour about how a gixxer six hundred out runs a honda liter. its ok. we all have to start out slow.
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:29 PM   #28
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My 111mph in a 65 was $295

Good thing he clocked me after I slowed WAAAAY down. And good thing I didn't fkn die too.

Slow down and sgng up for a track day if you wanna speed on your bike. Trackday costs half the price of a speeding ticket and you get to do it all day long.

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Old 12-02-2008, 10:54 PM   #29
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Not to knock, but only 50 in a 35....kinda weak sauce...should have said you thought you were going faster. He would have got a kick and maybe let you off.
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Old 12-03-2008, 12:31 AM   #30
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I ran, got away but not sure if I would do it again. Evading arrest is a pretty heavy charge not sure but I would prolly run.
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:17 AM   #31
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They like to setup their speedtraps on the Southbound side (Durham), just north of I-10 as well. They hide by that building just before the Wendy's, and walk out onto the street and start pointing... "You, you, you, and you... pull over into that parking lot right over here".
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:57 AM   #32
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Then pay the ticket, stop cryin and close this thread. Tryin to show ya the ropes and this is the thanks we get?
Was the thread titled, "Got a ticket, what should I do next time to avoid one"?

Just wondering what your screen says?
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:59 AM   #33
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Should have ran.
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Was the thread titled, "Got a ticket, what should I do next time to avoid one"?

Just wondering what your screen says?
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the hole point to to pull over isn't exactly legal they by law I can look it if need be have to use a red light visable from 500 feet away in plain daylight and audible bell whistle or siren audable at 500 feet away yade yada so on and do fourth but if you don't pull over that can tag you with disobaying a lawful order or something along those lines that can't technicly tag you with running unless they chase with a car or bike now a question on your ticket does it say radar or laser radars are not acurate I don't care who says what out of the 128 radars I have installed not one was completly accurate and two a bike is a really small target in heavy traffic so that probably had the lincoln next to you speed and gave it to you if he or she used a laser which are dead accurate they usually shoot at the front license plate or wind shield which you have a wind shield but it points more up than forward so it dosnt always get a good reading hate to rant but I really think it's dumb to go after speeders when people are getting killed from red light runners which Houston has a bad rash of
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the hole point to to pull over isn't exactly legal they by law I can look it if need be have to use a red light visable from 500 feet away in plain daylight and audible bell whistle or siren audable at 500 feet away yade yada so on and do fourth but if you don't pull over that can tag you with disobaying a lawful order or something along those lines that can't technicly tag you with running unless they chase with a car or bike now a question on your ticket does it say radar or laser radars are not acurate I don't care who says what out of the 128 radars I have installed not one was completly accurate and two a bike is a really small target in heavy traffic so that probably had the lincoln next to you speed and gave it to you if he or she used a laser which are dead accurate they usually shoot at the front license plate or wind shield which you have a wind shield but it points more up than forward so it dosnt always get a good reading hate to rant but I really think it's dumb to go after speeders when people are getting killed from red light runners which Houston has a bad rash of
what ? good way to avoid getting a ticket, is not getting caught speeding. i usually evade enough to not show i'm on the run, but confused or lost if i get busted, then i'd say the universal " i dint know i couldn't do that?" and it works 1/2 the time, just luck i guess.
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hughes, why is that guy in your sig looking up the other one's nose?

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the hole point to to pull over isn't exactly legal they by law I can look it if need be have to use a red light visable from 500 feet away in plain daylight and audible bell whistle or siren audable at 500 feet away yade yada so on and do fourth but if you don't pull over that can tag you with disobaying a lawful order or something along those lines that can't technicly tag you with running unless they chase with a car or bike now a question on your ticket does it say radar or laser radars are not acurate I don't care who says what out of the 128 radars I have installed not one was completly accurate and two a bike is a really small target in heavy traffic so that probably had the lincoln next to you speed and gave it to you if he or she used a laser which are dead accurate they usually shoot at the front license plate or wind shield which you have a wind shield but it points more up than forward so it dosnt always get a good reading hate to rant but I really think it's dumb to go after speeders when people are getting killed from red light runners which Houston has a bad rash of
grammar would have a field day with your .
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