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Idea number 2: Is this a good way to speed on the highway without getting a ticket.?

Author : STEVEN F

Submitted : 2018-02-12 23:12:08    Popularity:     

Tags: good  number  Idea  ticket  highway  

Figure a freeway where the speed limit is 65. The idea is to use a pace car. A pace car is a vehicle traveling consistently at speeds of around 10-15 miles over the speed limit. What I do is follow the pace car at a safe distance, keeping pace. Now thi

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In AU on Toll and Motorways, we have traffic cameras if you pass between 2 cameras over the speed limit you get a ticket

No matter how many scenarios you invent, there will STILL only be ONE guaranteed way to avoid speeding tickets.
DON'T SPEED.

I pulled onto a freeway at the back end of a clump of cars all going 15 or more miles over the speed limit. I lit up the car immediately in front of me and pulled him over. He complained that he was going no faster than anyone else in that clump of cars. I asked the man if he ever went fishing. he responded affirmatively. So I then asked how many fish he usually caught at one time if he had only one hook. He smiled sheepishly and accepted his ticket like a big boy. It is not unusual for an officer to pick a car off from the back of such a clump.

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1. Not every driver hits their brakes when they see a police car. If you keep doing this, you'll eventually be behind a vehicle that doesn't brake, and you'll get caught.

2. The police don't always park anywhere that is visible from the road. Sometimes, they park somewhere else.

3. Sometimes they used unmarked cars that look like an ordinary car that has broken down or been abandoned.

it has been tried and no, it is hardly fool proof. many states clock traffic from the air, and then have a squad of patrol cars (called a wolf pack) at the ready to pull over a number of speeders at the same time. If your pace car does not have a radar detector, it might not physically see a hidden police person on foot beside the road. while the radar is always operated by the police, it is NOT always mounted inside a patrol car.

What a great idea that was 40 years ago when we called it "bear bait."

I`v seen the Highway patrol pull the whole string of cars over that was doing that and ticket all the drivers.

You've just described the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies. Bandit never gets a ticket, but it's a movie, not real life.

That's called driving. People have been doing it for years.



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