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By Anonymous - / Sunday 26 April 2009 21:50 / United States
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By  ddrluna  |  2

I slow down for tailgaters. Wouldn't change if it were a cop. It's one of those moments where you just pray a deer would jump in front of you so that you could slam on your breaks and the moron would crash right into you for following too close.

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  BlueJeans2626  |  0

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ well said number one

By  heywood  |  0

Cops like to tailgate. I almost brake-checked a cop tailgating me at 80 mph- he was so close I couldn't see his headlights. He passed me before I did anything stupid and only then did I notice it was a state trooper.

By  ddrluna  |  2

I slow down for tailgaters. Wouldn't change if it were a cop. It's one of those moments where you just pray a deer would jump in front of you so that you could slam on your breaks and the moron would crash right into you for following too close.

By  kel_riv  |  0

I fucking hate tailgaters. I'll be going 105 in a 100 zone when I'm not in a rush or anything and it's like 10pm, and I'll have this douchebag up my ass, refusing to pass me. Like wtf is this? THERE'S A LEFT LANE FOR A REASON. I don't need to risk a speeding ticket because you're too lazy to turn the steering wheel 1cm and perhaps signal. At the same time, I also hate slow left-lane drivers. When I'm late (which is often) I kinda need to go 140, so if you're going 110, BE IN THE RIGHT LANE. I'd do it for you! (see prev. paragraph)

By  JeffroGymnast  |  0

This same thing happened to me. I'm almost 17 now but later last year i was going 70 in a 55 (rushing home to beat the curfew) and a CHP came flying up behind me and started tailgating me. it was dark and foggy and of course i had no idea it was a CHP so i sped up so the guy wouldnt hit me. That ended up with me having a ticket for 95 in a 55 still under my provisional license... FML right? Cops/CHP's should not exploit us.

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  arioch_fml  |  14

Not to mention you knew you had a curfew, plan ahead for it. If you can't, be prepared to take a cab, the bus or ask a friend/parent for a ride to avoid potential problems. Also, pulling over and letting people pass is a viable option, especially going at such a low speed.

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