Gee, "accountability". What a concept. You'd think the people who run from the police would be familiar with it BEFORE they end up in jail..... guess not. Oh, so if you don't get caught? Well, if you WERE being accountable for your actions, you would pull over.r1srfun said:Riding a sportbike is inherently risky but I am willing to take the risk riding responsibly (yet swiftly).
Running from the police raises the risk factor beyond what I am willing to accept. I have 5 folks counting on me to be spouse/daddy and I think of them whenever the cops hit the lights. That thought has always made the impulse to flee disappear.
Only if you get caught. They hate to show the cops getting their asses handed to them.:finger: :twofingerStealthF2 said:If it was just me, I wouldn't run. I've thought about it, but if you run in SoCal you'll just end up on the next police pursuit TV special on FOX.
<------That's a damn good response...smart person...I don't think i'd run, on a sportbike things can get out of hand way to quickly..qbclub13 said:Here is a good one for you I was pulled over doing 65 in a 40 I stopped because there were to many cars coming up and it was a 2 lane road.Well the cop tells me the story of a guy on a gsxr 750 that smacked a pole runnig and killed his self his speeding ticket would have been 58 in a 45.That is around 70 bucks here in TN,He dropped my ticket to 49 in a 40 and I was on my way.He treated me with alot of respect and very kind.
I went in to pay the ticket and some of the cops were laughing at me for pulling over.That seemed to me like I was a pus for pulling over.
I will never run from a ticket for speeding it is not worth what could happen!
well don't you think you shouldn't have been riding in the 1st place?tech32 said:[QUOTE}Well, I was going about 90 in a 55 and the lights came on. I had no license (expired), no insurance, no inspection, and no registration. HHHMMMMM, he was straight across from an exit ramp....hhhhmmmmm