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Discussion in 'Help, I got a ticket!' started by Hb hellcat, Mar 30, 2016.
"Well apparently not fast enough officer, you caught up to me"
Officer did you not see all the idiots I was running from!!!????
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With all the rocks and wildlife i mostly pay attention to those things. I almost hit a deer 2 days ago. The car in front of me hit one and it went right over the windshield and into my lane. Been pretty diligent ever since.
How fast was i going?
The only truthful answer is no. I would just say "Sorry, no".
Speedometers are rarely perfectly accurate due to variances caused by tire pressure and tread wear. And there's the simple fact most only show your speed as a whole number. If you're going 65.000001 MPH your speedometer will show 65, but that's not your speed. And of course, to even begin to answer that question, you must know what moment in time they're talking about - the moment they observed you, the moment they pointed radar at you, the moment they got radar lock, etc. There are too many variables. You can completely honestly say "no".
I first saw this from a thread posted by @Christoph_Kohl and I thought it was a pretty good answer.
A veteran trooper with a rookie out for field instruction is parked on the side of the interstate when a red convertible sports car passes at 92 MPH.
He turns on the blue lights and gives chase. When the sports car pulls over, he instructs the rookie to go to the driver’s door, drop his fly, and take it out.
The rookie protests that this is crazy but the veteran insists that with 29 years of experience, he knows what he’s doing.
When the rookie does what he was told, the blonde in the drivers seat says, “Oh no, not another breathalyzer test!”
On two wheels?
"I was completely focused on having my eyes on the road and my surroundings. I had no time to glance at my speedometer."
It worked - once.
One *other* time, the trooper was standing in the middle of the road when he clocked my speed.