Very good news, the rate restriction is most likely 60 or 65 whenever this beast is seen by you. So, doing 70... Actually I don't know about Texas. Up here in NH, I don't ever think i've seen some one get stopped ...
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- Good news, the speed limit is probably 60 or 65 when you see this beast.
- So, doing 70... Actually I don't know about Texas. Up here in NH, I don't think I've ever seen someone get pulled over for 10 over. Especially if they've got in-state plates.
- RI here and I have to agree, but that's a trend that follows up through New England in my experience
- Now, if you're doing 11 over, and have MA plates...
- Especially since those MA liberals are only up in NH to ruin it the troopers should grab all the money fines they can.
- Username checks out. But you're not exactly wrong. NH cops know that most people from MA would sooner pay the fine than come up for a court date. I drive a lot, because I live a good distance from work. The vast majority of cars I see pulled over have out of state plates on them.
- I feel like Rhode Island is so small that's all we have is out of state plates, considering I'm in the mass border so yes I agree
- I grew up in NH and live in TX. In my experience local PD in Londonderry were a bunch of Barney Fife's. They got new cruisers and weapons often and intended to let you know that. I drove there for 8 years and was pulled over in that town probably 10-15 times just because. The State Police seemed to be a little more lenient on stuff. In Dallas, where I live now you would have to tape a $100 bill to the window to get them to pull you over. I've seen some shithead moves pulled by people right in front of Police and they do nothing.
- Yeah, some of the small towns do have brutal cops. I was more talking about the State police. I've never seen a sheriff trapping in NH.
- I don't know if it varies from state to state, but here in MD we can stop DOT/Commercial vehicles willy nilly to perform inspections, no traffic law violation needed.
- What is the point of having the white out logo? Are unmarked cruisers not allowed there? Read more comments