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  Mehness  |  0

36 - The flow of traffic is almost always 5mph above the limit, but 34/32 (can't remember) is right that OP is a complete idiot.

Anyways, congratz OP on doing something that's completely your own fault!


if you were referring to me, I definitely didn't assume that you were a HORRIBLE driver, but if you think it's "prude" to follow a traffic law, then obviously my life would be at a higher risk driving with you.

  Drakon_fml  |  7

Not that I disagree with you, but why are you commenting on the use of rules and regulations, when you're clearly ignoring the rules of proper spelling and grammar?

  LOLYUMAD  |  0

you don't understand this because you are a child, the fml here is that in the real world you have to work for your many, this person was finally financially able to to go see their family and your gonna fault him? immature to say the least

  dudeitsdanny  |  9

And to all the people saying/ who will say not to speed: We all go a couple miles or more over the limit.

I said what I said with the assumption it's a high ticket for a really high speed.

  redbluegreen  |  40

I wouldn't say the whole point she was trying to make was whether she'd have to pay the ticket or not. It's the fact that he was recklessly driving in her car, even if they're married, it is her property. They're lucky it was just a ticket and not an accident.

  sourgirl101  |  28

Most couples share expenses so a husband's debt is a wife's debt. (:

My husband got a few tickets driving to Texas (I have 2 sisters out there). Me?(*knocks on wood) never caught!

  marmlr339  |  14

everyone speeds. we all know it. We just don't all admit it. in Australia, a $300
fine isn't much. I got a $466 fine a while ago. and that was only 20 miles over the limit

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Anything more than 10 miles over the limit gets you a really high speeding fine, and points on your license.
OP. If you haven't had any other traffic violations in a long time, ask the judge for a "Prayer for Judgment Continuance" (PJC for short). It's like a "get out of jail free" card. Just don't screw up again or you'll get the past violations and the next one as well.

  FerrariCake  |  2

People, please put comment 38 in perspective: he's talking about a fine in Australian dollars, not real dollars. His 466 Australian dollars is about 20 bucks in real dollars.