- December 1, 2007 at 4:30 am #254574
I agree with you….when we lived in Fla….my friend was pulled over for
going too slow….the speed limit was 45…and she was doing it and she
got a ticket!! We went to court and she didn’t have to pay it, but the
officer tried to tell the judge that we were holding up traffic and
gonna cause an accident. I was sooo mad..the jugde ruled for my
friend..but I still feel the same about all law enforcement in fla..We
were in the Ocala area…and I don’t miss it at all!!
On 12/3/2007, “Thomas & Tracy Harris” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>actually, when said motorcycle is travelling 120mph or better, it’s not
automatically your fault. He was NOT there when I started my turn, and came
over the top of the hill at a minimum of 120 or so. And I did look at least
twice, if not 3 times. There are no hard and fast rules. I know of several
cases where a person rear ended someone and it turned out to be the person being
hit’s fault. In my situation, I had at least 2 former law enforcement
officers tell me it was NOT my fault.
>And as for the cop trying to make the streets safer, that’s a crock of sh*t.
Highway patrol here in Florida do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to make the streets safer.
They want to write seat belt violations, not tickets on the people cutting
others off, or the ones travelling in excess of 100mph.
>Thomas & Tracy Harris
>TNT Quarter Horses home of:
>TNTS Jack Be Blue – 2004 AQHA Buckskin Stallion
>TNTS Medicine Man – 2005 AQHA Perlino Stallion
> From: Melinda Wells
> Sent: Monday, December 03, 2007 9:33 AM
> Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Advoce on a no seat belt ticket
> If you hit someone in the rear it is automatically your fault because
> it is assumed you were following too close, even if the idiot pulled
> out in front of you! If you pull into traffic oncoming traffic has
> the right of way so even if it looks as if no one is coming always do
> a complete stop, look both ways and back again because if you hit
> somenoe as you pull into traffic it is your fault. After all, what if
> you were the one traveling dowon the road and someone pulled out into
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