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post #11 of 34 Old 11-08-12, 01:41
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Well if you find yourselves in MI, just know that they will chase you down... This is a friend. Haven't talked to him about it, but as a conservative guess, I wouldn't be surprised if he was going well over 120

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Well if you find yourselves in MI, just know that they will chase you down... This is a friend. Haven't talked to him about it, but as a conservative guess, I wouldn't be surprised if he was going well over 120

My son got tagged for 132 in a 50 zone in his Civic Si (I checked - it would top out at 137) The cop that pulled him over was the drug dog cop and said if it was anyone else he wouldve spent the night in jail with the car impounded but he didn't normally do traffic stops at all and just gave him the ticket.
Now his insurance is jacked up and selling the car.

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i dunno in NC its only state highway patrol, and even that have a 100mph limit.

i have serious reason to doubt this here in NC. I personly have had to deal with this twice now. thanks to idiot friends #1 and #2

idiot friend #1 on his vfr800 ran the state troopers from rockingham co well into guilford. trooper said he maxed his charger at 148 on highway 29 with the VFR pulling away from him. so after they blocked highway 150 and cought him idiot friend #2 and i go to pick him up from jail ( lots of fines and no drivers linces). the vary next day not even 24 hours later idiot friend #2 has my daytona and passes a cop at 151 in a 45......like i said idiot, he got chased down, arrested, bike impounded, no license and jail.

So here in NC I have reason to believe that they will chase bikes no matter what, and now supposivly if you run and are cought they confiscate what ever it is that you are driving/riding including if the vehicle is towing something that is gone too.

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i have serious reason to doubt this here in NC. I personly have had to deal with this twice now. thanks to idiot friends #1 and #2

idiot friend #1 on his vfr800 ran the state troopers from rockingham co well into guilford. trooper said he maxed his charger at 148 on highway 29 with the VFR pulling away from him. so after they blocked highway 150 and cought him idiot friend #2 and i go to pick him up from jail ( lots of fines and no drivers linces). the vary next day not even 24 hours later idiot friend #2 has my daytona and passes a cop at 151 in a 45......like i said idiot, he got chased down, arrested, bike impounded, no license and jail.

So here in NC I have reason to believe that they will chase bikes no matter what, and now supposivly if you run and are cought they confiscate what ever it is that you are driving/riding including if the vehicle is towing something that is gone too.

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i have serious reason to doubt this here in NC. I personly have had to deal with this twice now. thanks to idiot friends #1 and #2

idiot friend #1 on his vfr800 ran the state troopers from rockingham co well into guilford. trooper said he maxed his charger at 148 on highway 29 with the VFR pulling away from him. so after they blocked highway 150 and cought him idiot friend #2 and i go to pick him up from jail ( lots of fines and no drivers linces). the vary next day not even 24 hours later idiot friend #2 has my daytona and passes a cop at 151 in a 45......like i said idiot, he got chased down, arrested, bike impounded, no license and jail.

So here in NC I have reason to believe that they will chase bikes no matter what, and now supposivly if you run and are cought they confiscate what ever it is that you are driving/riding including if the vehicle is towing something that is gone too.
Sounds like you need new friends. I would not ride with someone that pulls that crap, they'll get you in trouble as well.

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All the cops can follow you but only gsp can bump you off the bike or troopers. If your boys are gonna do that they gonna need 1000cc or betta


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If you have boys that run from the police, you need to get new friends.

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This entire thread is full of stupid. What difference does it make if they have a no chase rule?

Second if you do run and get caught you are an idiot. If you haul past a cop at over 100 and stay on the same highway long enough for them to shut it down you deserve to get caught and have your punishment double for being extra stupid.

As a note I have never run from police and never intend to, but if I did I would be the **** off the road and out of sight as soon as I could be.

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I agree with all the smart thinking people here. Why is it worth the risk plus possible jail time for a ticket? If you want to do that kind of speed save it for the track. Plus why would you want to always look behind you to see if you have a cop behind you all the time?

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