Saturday, June 4, 2011 11:25:51 PM
I speed, but I do it safely. Never with passengers in my car and never in residential areas or in the city where cars/people pull out in front of you. Drivers who are observant and know their car's limits can safely speed, the real danger are the unobservant drivers who pull out in front of cars, drive to slow, tailgate, and do other actions which are more dangerous but aren`t as policed as speeding. There`s no problem driving the speed limit, but when you go the speed limit in the passing lane with another car in the other lane going the same speed, that`s when it`s a problem. Also, in california, in order to get your ambulance driver`s license all you have to do is take a written test and it`s yours. So you can`t really count on them to be better drivers at high speed.
Friday, June 3, 2011 9:15:50 AM
Lol, my car is fast but I don't speed. If some jerk tailgates me, I slow way down until he tries to go around. Then I gun it and show his dumb @ss how fast a real car is.
Thursday, June 2, 2011 7:43:43 PM
@Musuko42 I'll give it to you, you`ve got a knack for picking two meaningless words and using them to ignore the rest of a point. So I`m going to do the same to your post.
"At speed" can mean any speed. When I`m traveling "at speed" of 5 mph, my bike does turn right when I turn the handlebars right. Your analogy is invalid.