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2013-07-23 02:13:32 PM  

Alphakronik: Mt. Tabor, Vermont sounds like fun.


Get caught speeding?  Better be able to only out run one Camaro.

Sounds like a challenge.


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2013-07-23 02:14:25 PM  

ChaosStar: dforkus: Georgia cops will give up to 10 over pretty much everywhere, on the ATL interstates that is probably closer to 20...

I haven't heard of 1000 dollar tickets here, I assume that would only get dolled out for jackasses doing 25 over in school zone or something like that...

// worlds tiniest violin

Ga 40-14-8
(a) No county, city, or campus officer shall be allowed to make a case based on the use of any speed detection device, unless the speed of the vehicle exceeds the posted speed limit by more than ten miles per hour and no conviction shall be had thereon unless such speed is more than ten miles per hour above the posted speed limit.

I had fun with that one when I lived in Ga


Ah yes, my very favorite law.
 
2013-07-23 02:16:10 PM  
I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.
 
2013-07-23 02:17:18 PM  

Fade2black: I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


Radio is faster than you.

And evasion is a felony in many states, so there's jail time and loss of rights.
 
2013-07-23 02:18:34 PM  

FarkedOver: [upload.wikimedia.org image 250x317]
"I went through Georgia pretty quickly. I didn't get a ticket."


You are teh funneh!
 
2013-07-23 02:20:24 PM  

Click Click D'oh: If you can't tell that this is a police car:

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STOP FARKING DRIVING!



However about 65% of CT trooppers dont use the light bar with regularity and use the windsheild / grill moutned lights.

However from my experiance State Troopers in CT are dicks for the sake of being dicks and will often let 10-15 over the speed limit go without batting an eye as long as you arent driving agressively
 
2013-07-23 02:21:20 PM  

nytmare: Mr_Fabulous: But the shiatty little town where my office is... they've fined me 4 times in the past 3 years for right-hand turns on red without coming to a complete stop for more than 1 full second.

Seems to be a common attitude among internet drivers that they can blow through a red light as long as they're turning right, or on a bicycle. Which is completely wrong. You have to stop first, turn or no turn, car or bicycle.


I've had several people honk at me for stopping at a red light.
 
2013-07-23 02:23:07 PM  
The worst part about CT's unmarked police vehicles is when they're retired and sold to the public. Everyone reflexively slows down and moves over when they see a silver Crown Vic come up behind them
 
2013-07-23 02:23:20 PM  

UtileDysfunktion: I've noticed cones and barricades going up weeks before any work actually starts and a co-worker got slapped with a doubled fine for speeding in a work zone where there wasn't a worker anywhere in sight.  I think the County has found a new source of revenue.


I have noticed states handle this differently.  In MI I saw something like this one time in a construction zone:

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and in West Virginia they have speed limit signs in construction zones that have lights on them and say "55 (or sometimes it is a digital display of another speed) while flashing".  In Ohio I have noticed they take down (at least the area I am in) the "55 MPH" speed limit signs during the weekend and at night.

I can see having a speed limit if workers are present or they are resurfacing the road (making it a little rough), for safety, but any other time is just a cash grab it seems.
 
2013-07-23 02:25:30 PM  
Speeding tickets should be based on percentage of income. That way at least the unemployed can have some fun. Until they run out of gas. J/K. Mostly.
 
2013-07-23 02:26:41 PM  

Johnson: //also says keep it "under 11 over" in GA and I'll be fine


That works for every law enforcement agency except the Georgia State Patrol.  GSP can get you for anything over the posted limit.  Most do not unless you driving like an asshole and tailgating.
 
2013-07-23 02:27:05 PM  

Gecko Gingrich: A number of years back, I was driving from my home in MD ...
By the way, doing 75 in a 55 in MD is a $160 fine. Everyone pays the same, as it's posted right on the back of every ticket.


The one time I've been pulled over for speeding in Maryland was while driving a rental car with RI tags (I was on a business trip and the factory neglected to send me everything I needed).  Hit for 70.2 in a 55 zone (back when I95 near rt32 was 55.  I think its 70 now, at least 65).  The cop was all proud that his "ultra accurate stopwatch" (laser my a$$) had managed to get that extra .2 that made it 15 over, but boy was he confused by my Maryland license.

To really surprise him, I managed to make it to court (the same day I had to fly to Tulsa) and found myself right on the bubble.  Plenty of people with a deep rap sheet and faster/crazier driving got the book thrown at them, plenty of people ~5mph over got 56mph and court costs (I got 56mph and court costs.  Please let me keep farking).

I highly recommend using the metro if you can use it to get into DC.  Tickets (speeding, parking, lights) aren't worth it), and there was a time when you could get tickets in DC when you car was parked in BWI long term parking (haven't heard it for awhile, I suspect that internets have done a number one it.
 
2013-07-23 02:29:16 PM  

cannotsuggestaname: /the whole story is rather funny (honestly, and not in a CSB way)


My only speeding ticket, ever:

I pulled over for a state trooper on my sport bike on the Baltimore beltway a few years ago, and got $1000 in tickets.  I was in a rush and not paying attention.  For most people's comfort level "being in a rush" translates to 10-15 over, but since I was accustomed to running that stretch of highway at about 175 at the time, "not paying attention" meant I was doing about 100mph.

Cop didn't show for my court date.  "Not guilty, have a nice day."
That's when I learned to always either go the speed limit, or keep it above 130mph so the cops can't catch you.
 
2013-07-23 02:32:43 PM  
Massachusetts is $50 for first 10mph.  Then $10 for every extra mile per hour over that.  Plus $25 (maybe more now?) mandatory donation to brain damage institute.  I think that can get pretty high for a "first offense," as well.
 
2013-07-23 02:33:16 PM  

Fade2black: I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


Can you out speed a radio? Most states just radio ahead or mail a ticket to the registered address.
 
2013-07-23 02:36:02 PM  

Lawnchair: jgilb: Instead of biatching, just don't speed.

Not that it will necessarily help.  I'm not saying I've never sped (although I've never knowingly been 10 over), but I will say that the one-and-only time I've ever gotten a ticket, I was several mph under the posted limit.  And you have absolutely no way to argue that you weren't in a small town with a million-dollar Taj Mahal of a police HQ.


Yep only ticket I have ever gotten was a small speed trap town I pulled out of a fast food driveway less then 50 yards from the place the cop was hiding and got a ticket for going 55 in a 30 zone I went to court showed the time stamp on the recept from the burger place and tried to explane that a f1 car can't do 0 to 55 in 50 yards and no way in hell my Hyundai could but the judge sided with the cop
 
2013-07-23 02:37:18 PM  

R.A.Danny: You won't get pulled over in Illinois unless you're going 15 over unless you're doing something else wrong too.


And don't speed in a construction zone. They will crawl up in your wallet and drain it.
 
2013-07-23 02:38:05 PM  
In Illinois, you are about 10X more likely to get pulled over heading south on I-55 than north on I-55.

//Drugs go north.
///Cash goes south.
 
2013-07-23 02:39:35 PM  

ongbok: R.A.Danny: You won't get pulled over in Illinois unless you're going 15 over unless you're doing something else wrong too.

And don't speed in a construction zone. They will crawl up in your wallet and drain it.


This is true.
 
2013-07-23 02:41:29 PM  
 
2013-07-23 02:42:54 PM  

Fade2black: I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


On a bike, sure.  But in a car?  You've got bigger cojones than me.
 
2013-07-23 02:44:02 PM  

Fade2black: /SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


Good luck to you as well for outrunning the radio.
 
2013-07-23 02:44:42 PM  

Fade2black: I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


how wonderful.  now put your penis away and wipe your hands
 
2013-07-23 02:44:45 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: cannotsuggestaname: First reading was 108 mph in a 55 mph zone
Second reading was 134 mph in a 55 mph zone
careless and reckless
endangering (no one was on the road besides me and the cops)
failure to yield
eluding (I had to make it fun for them)

All of that adds up to 10 points, a big fine and a lost license... I was just pointing out that I got a ticket 20+ years ago for a first offense that was higher than what this guy was complaining about :)

So...you were going almost three times the speed limit, and you led the cops on a high-speed chase, and you are surprised that the fine was higher than most "first-offenses"? Really? Are you aware that the penalties for armed robbery and murder are also stiffer than most traffic offenses?


did I say I was surprised?
 
2013-07-23 02:46:06 PM  

Carth: Can you out speed a radio?


Yes, you CAN "outrun a radio".  But you're right... if they get your plate number, you're screwed.
 
2013-07-23 02:51:16 PM  
I haven't had a speeding ticket in twenty years or more, and I do speed through Atlanta regularly, but not as fast as many. I also know the roads or areas where the speed limit drops and drive appropriately through those areas, as they are nothing but radar traps - I'm talking about you I-20.
Driving is a large part of my job and I spend many hours a day on the streets. They have passed "super speeder" laws recently which will hit you with an automatic extra $250 - 350 fine on top of the normal fine, kicking your ticket up to $1,000 in many circumstances. The aforementioned I-20 is the perfect trap for these kinds of tickets as the speed limit goes from 70 - 50 MPH quite frequently and with no seeming sense. It's standard to drive here at 10+ miles over and EVERYONE does it, so you get hit with 75 in a 50 and it pays the govt bills.
What I have noticed (and recently fell victim to) is that now the Ga State Patrol is being used on standard roadways instead of the interstates in huge numbers, which is not the use stated in their charter and has never been done previously. They aren't nailing speeders, they're writing seatbelt use citations. Until the last year, I had never seen State Patrol on anything other than a highway (per their charter), now I see them on the regular roadways daily, multiple times a day.

/budget isn't gonna raise itself
 
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2013-07-23 02:51:24 PM  

Carth: $1000 isn't an outrageous amount for a ticket if you're going 20-30mph over in a work/school zone. That shiat is dangerous and wherever you're going can wait an extra 5-10 minutes for you to get there.


While I never have and never will speed in a work/school zone, speeding, for me, is never really about getting somewhere more quickly.
 
2013-07-23 02:54:15 PM  

ongbok: R.A.Danny: You won't get pulled over in Illinois unless you're going 15 over unless you're doing something else wrong too.

And don't speed in a construction zone. They will crawl up in your wallet and drain it.


This!

And a side observation, the only time I ever get passed in IL by people with WI plates is in construction zones. It's as if they all have one speed, 63 MPH.  65 zone? WI plates are going 63, raining? still 63, snow? still 63, 45 mph Construction zone? still 63.
 
2013-07-23 02:55:42 PM  

Aar1012: I've lived in Massachusetts for most of my life

*stopreadingthere.jpeg*

/Probably kept getting ticketed in Vermont by driving like a Masshole
//Probably complained liked one when the cop pulled him over


No, he's right about too many bored cops.  I lived there for a year and there are more cops than you think for such a rural state.  Vermont has one of the highest concentrations of public employees per capital in the union.  Most of these cops are quite polite and not assholes (never met a bad one in VT) but there are a lot of them and yes they seem to be very very bored.  They aren't stopping crime or anything...mostly generating revenue.  The worst spot is getting into and out of Woodstock where the state highway goes from a 50 Mph limit to 25 in about 1/4 of a mile as you get towards the town center.

Stay away from woodstock.

k thx bye
 
2013-07-23 02:57:02 PM  
Even at over 100MPH (in my NC county where my law firm is) you won't likely see a fine higher than $100.  Highway work zone and school zone speeding fines are $250.  Court costs are round about $190.  Don't be surprised if a judge slaps you with some serious community service hours.  The biggest consequence is if DMV takes away your license.  Or auto insurance rate increases.
 
2013-07-23 02:58:45 PM  

LarryDan43: ongbok: R.A.Danny: You won't get pulled over in Illinois unless you're going 15 over unless you're doing something else wrong too.

And don't speed in a construction zone. They will crawl up in your wallet and drain it.

This!

And a side observation, the only time I ever get passed in IL by people with WI plates is in construction zones. It's as if they all have one speed, 63 MPH.  65 zone? WI plates are going 63, raining? still 63, snow? still 63, 45 mph Construction zone? still 63.


And they look at you like you're NUTS when you pass them.
 
2013-07-23 03:03:03 PM  

TheSneakerWhore: This is why I'm so happy I moved to DFW.

Everyone does 15 over in Texas--everyone; not a single fark was given by Johnny Law.


For the most part, you really have to be screwing up or be "other than white" to get pulled over on a texas highway.

I've been ticketed for having out of date registration and one speeding ticket for 10 over in a school zone (first day of school), but i've never been looked at twice on the freeways for speeding.
 
2013-07-23 03:03:30 PM  

mark_bert: In Illinois, you are about 10X more likely to get pulled over heading south on I-55 than north on I-55.
//Drugs go north.
///Cash goes south.


Interesting.  I have read that towns with a north/south highway running through have found stopping cars and finding reason for a search highly profitable...  to the point of the littlest one-whore* town having a fleet of the latest, best equipped patrol cars and the staff to keep them rolling.

/yes, I know the expression is "one-horse town"
//one-whore town always made more sense to me
 
2013-07-23 03:05:13 PM  
I was driving through West Virginia and they had a sign with a picture of a kid that said: "Please slow down. My Daddy works here". So ridiculous! Everybody knows if your Dad works road construction then you can't write.
 
2013-07-23 03:05:48 PM  

Carth: cannotsuggestaname: Second reading was 134 mph in a 55 mph zone

They should have thrown you in jail and seized your car.



the main trooper that pulled me over said that his Sergeant wanted to arrest me, but since I was only 17 and it was my first offense he decided to let me go. At the time NC didn't seize cars unless it was a drug offense.

FWIW after they actually got me to pull over and found that I wasn't drunk, I wasn't high, I wasn't running drugs and I hadn't killed anyone they all got a big laugh out of it. Seriously, I had 10 troopers standing around my car and BS'ing with me about engine stuff.
 
2013-07-23 03:07:36 PM  

Glendale: It's been a while since I last got a speeding ticket in Nevada (2001), but it was $120 for a first offense. Seems unlikely it would have jumped as high as the article claims. I hear construction zone speeding tickets can get into the $500 range though.


The article is technically correct (the best kind of correct) in that first-time offense speeding tickets can go as high as $1000, but it's not like the judge can just go "you were only going 5mph over but the fine is $1k anyway."  You have to do something really phenomenally dumb to get up to that $1000 limit, like going more than double the speed limit and/or speeding in a work or school zone.  Either of those will double the base amount of the ticket, atop other fines.

Anyway, no, the price for a speeding ticket has not shot up in Nevada in the past decade, possibly other than some adjustments for inflation.  The reason why $1000 is the limit is so when you get some idiot who was pulled over three times in the same day on the way up to Reno from Vegas, doing 40mph+ over the speed limit every time he was stopped, the judge isn't limited to handing out less total fines than the cost of gas to make the trip.

/Yes, that example was something I really saw
 
2013-07-23 03:09:10 PM  
I got a fix it ticket for having insurance but not having the card on me. It expired two days before and I hadn't seen the mail with the new card in it or I would have put it in the car. Anyway the cop gives me the ticket and says I have to go to court to prove I had insurance during the time (some dude turned into my car while I was at a stop sign, and that's why the cops checked).

Long story short I show up to court with my valid insurance card and get $90 in court costs, and charges dismissed. That sounds like a fine to me, but not to the courts. I am still shocked they can get away with that crap.
 
2013-07-23 03:09:25 PM  

Gecko Gingrich: That was 12 years ago; I still haven't paid it.


I was curious why your home state didn't suspend your license. It's because Georgia isn't a member of the drivers license compact. I'd be careful with that approach in different states.
 
2013-07-23 03:09:51 PM  

cannotsuggestaname: Carth: cannotsuggestaname: Second reading was 134 mph in a 55 mph zone

They should have thrown you in jail and seized your car.


the main trooper that pulled me over said that his Sergeant wanted to arrest me, but since I was only 17 and it was my first offense he decided to let me go. At the time NC didn't seize cars unless it was a drug offense.

FWIW after they actually got me to pull over and found that I wasn't drunk, I wasn't high, I wasn't running drugs and I hadn't killed anyone they all got a big laugh out of it. Seriously, I had 10 troopers standing around my car and BS'ing with me about engine stuff.


Was it a long time ago? I just moved back to the states from Ontario where anything over 93mph is considered street racing and the fine for the first offense is 1000-10,000 dollars and a 2 year suspension.
 
2013-07-23 03:15:43 PM  

UtileDysfunktion: mark_bert: In Illinois, you are about 10X more likely to get pulled over heading south on I-55 than north on I-55.
//Drugs go north.
///Cash goes south.

Interesting.  I have read that towns with a north/south highway running through have found stopping cars and finding reason for a search highly profitable...  to the point of the littlest one-whore* town having a fleet of the latest, best equipped patrol cars and the staff to keep them rolling.

/yes, I know the expression is "one-horse town"
//one-whore town always made more sense to me


It's almost impossible to have a one whore town, hell that would be like Smurf Village. You know what the men do in a one whore town? They have a gay ole time.
 
2013-07-23 03:17:16 PM  

spickus: I was curious why your home state didn't suspend your license. It's because Georgia isn't a member of the drivers license compact. I'd be careful with that approach in different states.


Oh, I looked into it before giving GA the finger. GA and MD didn't have reciprocity at the time (they may now).
 
2013-07-23 03:19:02 PM  

yukichigai: Anyway, no, the price for a speeding ticket has not shot up in Nevada in the past decade, possibly other than some adjustments for inflation.  The reason why $1000 is the limit is so when you get some idiot who was pulled over three times in the same day on the way up to Reno from Vegas, doing 40mph+ over the speed limit every time he was stopped, the judge isn't limited to handing out less total fines than the cost of gas to make the trip.

/Yes, that example was something I really saw


I would guess though that you could probably break $1k if the tribal police ticket you for speeding through Schurz in addition to tickets outside the reservation.
 
2013-07-23 03:19:16 PM  

Carth: Was it a long time ago? I just moved back to the states from Ontario where anything over 93mph is considered street racing and the fine for the first offense is 1000-10,000 dollars and a 2 year suspension.


yeah, it was 25 years ago so things were a bit different.
 
2013-07-23 03:19:27 PM  

Z-clipped: Carth: Can you out speed a radio?

Yes, you CAN "outrun a radio".  But you're right... if they get your plate number, you're screwed.


Ever considered one o them spring loaded license plate brackets? 

I've also run from the cops.  Twice.  Once was an ugly 45 minute experience, dodging impromptu roadblocks, and running red lights flat-out with my eyes closed, while convincing myself I've lived a full life already.  There's no way the various sets of cruisers didn't see my plate, but there was never any follow up.
I ditched the bike in a neighbouring town on a quiet residential street, and I slept hidden under a pine tree on the grounds of an apartment complex (because there were still cruisers with their lights on speeding by on the main streets), and walked back to the bike the following day.  The bike was hidden in my backyard for the rest of the year, but no one so much as even knocked on my door.  I've been stopped by the police for unrelated things since then, but no mention of the incident was ever made.  Not sure how I survived that one.
 
2013-07-23 03:21:11 PM  

Fade2black: I pull over for every speeding ticket I get. I also get every single one dropped.

But guess what asshole? If you make it $1000 to speed, you're gonna earn it when you fire up those lights. Cuz I'm gonna run.

/SCCA License, autocrosser, stage 2 2010 STI...good luck.


Sounds felony ITG, let's put him in a cell with that big guy that's serving 1 year for theft and 10 in extra time for serial jail rape.
 
2013-07-23 03:21:13 PM  

To The Escape Zeppelin!: North Carolina really isn't bad for tickets. They're expensive if you get one but you really have to be flying to have the cops pull you over. Speeding ticket money all goes to education so cops don't have any financial motivation to to ticket people for going 5 over the limit. I've never heard of anyone here getting a traffic ticket unless they were actually doing something unsafe.

They're a complete ripoff if you do get one though. Court costs to fight the ticket are often conveniently the same amount of money as just paying the fine.


Got a ticket from a state trooper in March for 60 in a 50 in Gaston County. Don't always trust that they'll give you 10 over. Judge reduced it to 5 over, ended with a 15.00 fine and 200.00 in court costs.
 
2013-07-23 03:33:27 PM  
I just wish NC would do away with the farking checkpoints, its akin ti fishing with dynamite but it generates A LOT of revenue. Lazy farks
 
2013-07-23 03:34:29 PM  

johnphantom: Heh I still have the ticket I received in MA for speeding back around 1995. 102 in a 55 and the cop said he was being lenient because I was actually doing 115, and he said anything above 102 he would have to arrest me. Ticket came out to $420.


Anything above 20mph in Virginia is a class 1 misdemeanor. Mandatory court appearance, possible $1000 fine and 1 year in jail. You know how I know this? Well, I was in court this morning... I lawyered up, and it was reduced to a speeding ticket. Taking into account the lawyer's retainer, driving class, speedometer calibration I had done and the fine and court costs itself it still cost me around the same, but no criminal conviction on my record - and no jail time. Other jurisdictions almost automatically reduce it to a speeding ticket fine if you show up, but Fairfax County is SUPER aggressive about that charge apparently, and they write way more tickets for it than any of the surrounding jurisdictions.

/83 in a 55
//wasn't paying attention to how fast I was going on at the end of 267 before the Greenway and there was little traffic
///now I use cruise control for cool on VA highways
 
2013-07-23 03:37:24 PM  

R.A.Danny: LarryDan43: ongbok: R.A.Danny: You won't get pulled over in Illinois unless you're going 15 over unless you're doing something else wrong too.

And don't speed in a construction zone. They will crawl up in your wallet and drain it.

This!

And a side observation, the only time I ever get passed in IL by people with WI plates is in construction zones. It's as if they all have one speed, 63 MPH.  65 zone? WI plates are going 63, raining? still 63, snow? still 63, 45 mph Construction zone? still 63.

And they look at you like you're NUTS when you pass them.


Hey, I live in WI and .... dammit, you're not wrong. It isn't always 63, but people will pick a speed and stick with it. Road by my house goes from 45 to 55 to 45 to 35 (55 and 45 in the middle each 3-4 miles long) and I get behind these yahoos all the time that go 40 the entire way.
 
2013-07-23 03:38:49 PM  
My wife got pulled over for farking 2 MPH (77 in a 75) over in Texas.  The first thing the cop said was "Why would you commit a crime in front of a police officer?"  Wow.
 
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