My sweet fiance got into wreck and got a ticket for reckless driving
Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:55 AM
Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:52 PM
Posted 23 June 2012 - 01:33 PM
I cant tell you how many times i see exactly what you just described happen to take place on the ramp for 85 s gettin on to 77s
Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:27 PM
Tailgating is the one thing in life I truly hate. Ride my trucks tailgate & you'll find yourself staring down the barrel of a Colt 1911 .45
Spoken like a true idiot and asshole.
If you take that stance, you might just find yourself lying dead in a ditch when someone shoots you too.
Posted 23 June 2012 - 07:01 PM
But I don't think I would shoot a tailgater though. That might be a bit on the extreme side.
Posted 23 June 2012 - 08:15 PM
If your are going slow in the left I give you a chance to see me...if that fails then I flash my lights...if that fails then I pass you on the right.
Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:29 PM
Posted 24 June 2012 - 01:25 AM
Posted 25 June 2012 - 09:22 AM
Check out Knox, Brotherton Knox & Godfrey...they will do a good job for her....
Posted 25 June 2012 - 09:41 AM
Apparently she was going to work and some dude was going 10 miles bellow speed limit so she decided to pass him, the extra line was finishing in like 300ft so she floored it but the dude floored it as well not to let her in... The line was finishing and she could not slow down on time so she hit side railing at like 60mph, totaling her car and side swiping the dudes car. Cop gave her a ticket for reckless driving on top of that...
She's getting a lawyer to try to wave reckless driving ticket. What should I expect? It's her first accident in 3 years lol. She totaled another car just over 3 years ago... also her fault.
Lemme see if I can translate this from womenese to real life:
The right lane was going the speed limit if not a bit faster, including the car in front of her. The far right lane was quickly ending, as it has every day since it's creation years ago...leaving it's merging as no surprise to her or any other driver on the road that day. Already ten minutes late for work, she thought she could make up some time by getting in front of the car directly in front of her...not realizing there were 2,045 cars in front of him as well. She saw Fast and the Furious, so she knew all about racing, closing speed, drift, and overcorrection. There was a good 1000 feet to pass the driver safely traveling on his way in front of her. 1000 feet was plenty to get her small 4 cylinder import out of line, past the car in front, and then back in line safely. Physics be damned. About halfway through the pass, she realizes her underpowered car didn't quite have the torque to throw it forward enough in the given space. Forgetting there was a perfectly workable break pedal beside her gas pedal (sidebar: let's all laugh at the idea of there being a clutch in her car), she tried to speed up when she freaked out about the impending barrier that, again, had been there for years. Caught in his blind spot, said driver in front wasn't aware of someone trying to make an idiotic pass on his right at that point of the road and he continued on his pace slightly above the speed limit. Back in our female's car, she's cussing up a storm because she thinks the man is trying to kill her. Realizing she's out of space, time, and driving competence, she vows to take him out as well, this innocent, unknowing red herring of her "driving" blame. She nails the barrier, bouncing off in good Newtonian predictability, and slams into him...instantly totaling her car, and making his passenger side door his new arm rest. She fumes, stays incredulous...blames the guy because it's obviously his fault. As was the accident that totaled her first car. No matter what people say, that bus full of kids was going 80 and forced her off the interstate in a move that would make Dale jealous.
(yes, I'm on a muted conference call)
Posted 25 June 2012 - 09:46 AM
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