|Quoting FSPilot747 (Thread starter):|
5 years of driving. And it wasn't small, speed limit was 100km/h (come on) on open road where the flow was about 130-135. Guy in front of me slowed down and I tried to overtake him and was clocked at about 140 or 145
Regardless of how you feel about it, it's the posted speed limit. You can't pick your own speed to travel at simply because you want to lol.
You can 'safely' travel at 120 and below here in Canada. They most likely will not ticket you for that, unless of course you blatantly blow past a cop in the left land, and he's in the middle lane.
|Quoting ANCFlyer (Reply 1):|
You won't see it on your California license, doesn't work that way.
That said: you better pay the fine . . . if you ever want to go back to Canada . . . if you blow them off they'll snatch your ass up (rightfully so ) next time you attempt to cross the border. And it won't be just s simple fine to pay . . . .
Exactly. However, when my dad got nailed in Ohio one time, about 6 months later, they served him with papers via registered mail, indicating that his entrance into the United States would be revoked unless he paid it off ASAP.
I LOVE people who get tickets when they KNOW they're speeding, and then find a way to justify why they needed to speed. HAHA
(no offence to the poster at all, we all do it)