Speeding tickets are what they are, and doing 102 on the streets is just stupid. Most of us do it from time to time, myself included, but to get indignant about it and calling it extortion doesn't make much sense to me. Some speeding tickets are beatable....You get clocked at 102 and you've already lost this game, it's just a matter of how badly the other team runs up the score...speeding tickets are extortion, i hope that you fight it & i hope that you win, defending yourself in court is a game of chess, as long as you are aware of how to fight these nazis in an intelligent on point way, they are very beatable, very beatable,, good luck
No offense meant, but please...Speeding tickets are what they are, and doing 102 on the streets is just stupid. Most of us do it from time to time, myself included, but to get indignant about it and calling it extortion doesn't make much sense to me. Some speeding tickets are beatable....You get clocked at 102 and you've already lost this game, it's just a matter of how badly the other team runs up the score...
Because of reaction times, prior to looking at your speedo you were likely going much faster than what your brain recorded. Lot of subconsious reaction prior to looking at the speedo, one of which is cutting the throttle. Did he get you on radar or laser?Sorry I left out some of the details.
A friend on a MV Agusta F4 and I on my hyper were coming back from the ride up the 150. (above Ojia) It was a beautiful day, excellent run and great ride. We where informed that there where LEO’S all the way down to the 126. So, coming back on the 126 we encountered 3 Harleys and a pack of cars going about 60 mph. As we started to pick our way through the pack of Harley guys they decide to speed up and start to run some kind of block with the cars. Safely we still continued to pick though the pack. Then the two of lead cars must have seen us coming and slowed down and started running side by side. Now were in the middle of an accordion of slow cars and the two Harleys from the rear trying to do the same. So the first chance we got my buddy on the MV passed out front and I followed with the two Harleys not far behind. I have to include this happened to be on a uphill off camber left hand turn. This is the only one on the 126 hwy. Not to mention it’s a 4 lane hwy in a very rural farming area not urban city streets with light traffic.
Right when we where in the turn I noticed a CHP and immediately checked my speedometer that read 82mph. Knowing the outcome I was pulled over as well as my buddy and the two other Harley’s guys. Expecting the ticket the CHP decided to write both me and my buddy up for 102 MPH and must of had some kind of Harley bonding moment and let the ill dressed riders on their marry way without a ticket. All I can say is that even thought I know I was in the wrong and deserve a ticket for my speed this CHP should have been more reasonable with us but instead showed poor judgment when he let the other guys go off with a warning and wrote us up with a false 102 MPH.