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By Anonymous - / Saturday 2 January 2016 07:04 / United States - Burbank
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If you were only going "a little" over, you should know you dont need to slam on the brakes to go back under. So either you were going more than a little, or you're just a dumb driver. YDI

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Well considering if they lost control that badly, I'd say yes, and also if OP was speeding so much that slamming on the breaks causes them to lose control, why were they speeding?

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If you were only going "a little" over, you should know you dont need to slam on the brakes to go back under. So either you were going more than a little, or you're just a dumb driver. YDI

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No matter what the specifics of this situation are, OP is a ridiculously dumb driver. The only time someone should be that out-of-control of their car is if they're taking aversive action to avoid an accident

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There's a different between slowing down and slamming on your brakes. You could be slowing down for a number of reasons, but slamming on your brakes shows the cop that you're doing something wrong.

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cops can radar your speed from a long way 42, so by the time you see the cop and slow they probably have already tagged you. slowing down doesn't do anything , and as seen here it can cause traffic problems.

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Yup I've seen people going 5 over and didn't want to stop them. If they slow down I usually let it slide but if you keep speeding after you pass me I will pull you over

I never understood why people slam on their brakes when they notice a cop car. You let off the gas and coast until you reach the desired speed limit. A cop will definitely notice the drastic change in speed if you slam on your brakes, let alone any cars behind you that will have to react quickly if they don't want to slam into your rear

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