Lasareath wrote:Here's a 10 minute Video taken from the rear camera of me going to work, from Dunkin Donuts to Route 22 in Newark. At around 7 minutes you can see a #BMW that tries to pass me but cannot! LOL
Be careful recording and sharing that stuff. I live in Utah were we have no crime to speak of really so city cops here (except the Salt Lake Valley) are the world's most bored police force. If i did those moves and shared I've expected to be arrested at work and locked up. I get tickets for, get this, parking more than 12 inches from the curb. Two cars I had to move around made that hard to get closer to the crub and when they left I was a target for a donut filled bored city cop.
I got pulled over for a bumper that "didn't look right" on a 1979 truck. In the end I found a previous owner removed some plates from it. Costs me the ticket and $250 to replace it but in the end it was just the same dimensions. Got pulled over for "running a stop sign" in a parking lot, but there was no stop sign and he said that I took off very fast from the junction. I was in a 1971 VW camper bus with a 1600 engine, the vehicle can barely get out of it's OWN way never mind go fast. I so wanted him to give me a ticket so the Judge and I could laugh at it together once he saw the vehicle pictures. I think the cop just wanted to see if I had any weed in the bus, sorry mate, I'm too square for that stuff, get your weed some other place.
I got pulled over again when i flashed a car that had it's brights on. he never dropped his lights and the car flipped a U-turn and it was a cop car. Told me off for flashing a car because it was unsafe, admitted he had his brights on but he was cop and I should know my place. (I could barely see anything in front of me for his lights) You can imagine that I'm losing respect for law enforcement here in Utah. I come from England where our police force is highly respected and for good reason.