By yvon la moto - 06/11/2015 10:26 - Spain - Madrid
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Same here. But if you do what we do, you always need.to keep an eye out for hide cameras, patrol cars, and speed traps. It's not for everyone. That, and although I break the speed limit pretty much whe never I'm behind the wheel, I'm too focused on driving to pull stunts like that.
63 - Are you really calling 100 mph fast? You must be one of those people who thinks you're cool for driving a Mustang or a "tricked out" Civic or something. As for your question, well, everybody. Speed limits are there for a reason. You never know when someone is going to be around a corner, or if something is going to break in your car. When something like that happens to you I hope nobody else is around to get collected in your mess. But hey, if you'd rather risk injury or worse just to get home a few minutes sooner, go right ahead. We'll just let natural selection do its job.
0 respect for people who refuse to abide by driving laws. Endanger yourself all you want on your own time, but driving puts others' lives in your hands. Nobody can say they've never broken the speed limit, or any other laws concerning road safety, but to make it a habit and boast about it is gross. Look further than your own nose and be responsible.
My cousin was killed by a speeding driver, something went wrong and sent his car spinning out of control right into my cousins mini killed him outright, I hate people like you "oh I speed all the time never been caught but don't worry I'm careful" fuck you, that's what the driver said when he came out of the coma "I don't know what went wrong I usually go that speed and i'm usually really mindful"
Pretty much everyone on here seems mindlessly attached to the notion that speeding is inherently dangerous, so don't let all the downvotes get you down haha. And yeah radar detectors are amazing, I had a valentine 1 for a while and it saved my butt multiple times. Expensive but worth it.
Speeding is not, by itself, dangerous, but it is a massive hazard multiplier. On an empty road, in good driving conditions, and on a road that is designed for high speed driving, it can be a blast. Don't forget though that something can go wrong in the blink of an eye, and if you're ton up, you've got no time to react. Reaction time is the biggest killer out there.