The most goddamn frustrating thing is when people go under the speed limit (without a good reason). Why would you ever do that?
@WickedStyx, because...... They a bítch
@WickedStyx, safety. Generally I see that with old people who don't fee comfortable driving as "fast" as the limit allows
@TR8R, yeah but fvCKING GOOOOOO I HAVE PLACES TO BE
@WickedStyx, I hate it when people go under the speed limit but also I hate the people that over react, like god damn calm down, it's not that big of a deal... I think I just hate people...
I don’t care that you have sirens, flashy lights, and a mic and loud speaker. I’m going over the speed limit and there’s no reason for anyone to catch up to me.
@PBnJ, nobody tries to pass the fire truck. The fire truck wins.
not my fault i dont need a ticket for going 10+ over. Unless every @sshole whos gonna b!tch about someone driving the speed limit is willing to pay for the ticket, then i wouldnt see a problem with going over everytime their driving. I usually go 5-10+ mph over the limit as it is and people still go around me. People need to just chill out and stop bitching becuase they couldnt go as fast as they want. Heres a tip, you wonna go faster? Pullover wait untill its clear. Nobody gives a sh!t what you want.
@GunLovingMerican, it's people like you that cause accidents. They'll get the tickets, not you. Just move.
@Diabolik, what are you even talking about? First of all the people going 10mph over are the ones causing the accidents. You don't need to be going that fast. Second what do you mean move. Move where? No where did he say he was intentionally blocking someone. Unless you mean move to the next lane because the assh0le behind him decided today was the day he was going to go 90mph. Also, in my experience going 75 in 65 people still constantly pass me. Am I supposed to move for every car that's speeding more? That's ridiculous. If they can't handle passing at that speed, it's a pretty good indicator they shouldn't be going at that speed in the first place.
@Diabolik, so you recognize the fact that the people speeding are breaking the law and the people who are not speeding are abiding the law and you would still claim the people respecting the law are the ones responsible for accidents? You're comment is completely illogical.
@Delivery God Yato, I know everyone is a critic. Yes they are breaking the laws. You are not. But why even risk your lives to be in their paths? When I see someone careening down the freeway, I don't want to get involved with that! There's some people that has this attitude "they're speeding, so imma be on my high horse and stay here because IM obeying the law". I'm sorry you don't agree with me but with that attitude, it puts your life at risk, their life at risk, and everyone else around you lives at risk. Just not worth it. So just move.
@Diabolik, that's not how safety works. You don't have someone handling a gun carelessly and then blame the people who get hurt because they were nearby. You blame the person who was being an idiot. Furthermore, if you move out of the way for every car speeding past you, you are being more of a hazard because you are constantly changing lanes.
@Delivery God Yato, you're absolutely right. The responsibility falls on the person being irresponsible. If an accident occurred the speeder would be held accountable. His point is, just avoid that entirely. If someone is speeding there is NOTHING you can do about it. If you force him to pull a dangerous 85mph lane change because you were going 65 in the fast lane, then you also created a dangerous environment. I'm not saying I speed, but I avoid putting myself into a dangerous position.
@Stealthnuker, no where did I say I was going 65 in the fast lane. Im saying already going 10 mph over in a lane other than the fast lane. My point is more than one person goes 10+ at a given time, therefore you are changing lanes constantly. By constantly doing this you are getting in the way of other drivers and actually creating a hazard.
@Stealthnuker, also if you read is comment to the first comment he literally says you are the one causing the accidents by not moving out of the way.
@Delivery God Yato, believe me, I totally get you bro, however learning to drive in the Bay Area I learned one thing quickly. You cannot control how others drive around you. You do have complete control over your car. So to me safety is putting myself out of harms way. At the end of the day, I'm the only one I have complete control over. Not the other drivers.
@Diabolik, but my point is you're not actually safer. Because by constantly do this you are increasing your chances of getting hit.
@Delivery God Yato, some people will never own up to their wrongdoings. It's always somebody else's fault.
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@Pvt BB Ghanoush, wack
I pass people going over the speed limit all the time
Rule of thumb when driving in the California Bay Area freeways. People passing you? Get the f out of the way. People passing you while you're going 95 miles an hour? Get the f out of the way. It's safer that way regardless of speed. It's more dangerous for people to make maneuvers around your slow 95 MPH ass.
Because you still aren't going faster than them
@AN AMERICAN, if people are passing you on the right....youre in the wrong lane
@MMSieBreeze, *claps hands* THANK YOU!
@MMSieBreeze, not if you are passing people while in the left lane, and they are dodging cars left and right through traffic
@MMSieBreeze, people pass me on the right all the time, and I’m in the correct lane, it’s called being Australian.
Because you’re impeding the flow of traffic.
Try driving on Long Island then.
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