OT Radar ticket in PA goodie found.
hypereutectic1 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 17 21:01:35 EDT 2006
>in MA? HAHAHAHAHAH!
In response to:
>>* On Wed, 2006-08-16 at 23:09 -0400, SuffolkD at
*>>* For the recent PA discussion about radar / traffic tickets, I found
*>>* goodie tonight while searching around........ANy truth to this?
*>* Yep, I think so.
*>* I plead down to something like this for a speeding ticket I got in NY.
*>* "Failure to obey a traffic control device", just a fine, no points.
*>* Could somebody find the statue numbers for something like this in MA and
*>* NH pleazzzzzze :)*
I think this is true. Someone, please tell me if I am wrong but there is no
such graciousness to be had in Massachusetts.
And a word to the wise: Be extremely vigilant and careful on Route 181,
Route 9, or Route 202 in the vicinity of Belchertown, Massachusetts -- about
10 miles SE of Amherst. There are some extraordinarily good roads near
there, brand spanking new, that *invite* you to exceed the posted limit (45
MPH in some places on a 4-lane highway) but if you do, be aware that the
Belchertown police are like a steel leg trap. BANG! And they *mean it.*
Also be very careful on the nice, smooth backroads in and arround
Sturbridge/Holland. They will seduce you in the same way, and the cops are
*right* around the corner when you least expect them. We have a lot of
motorcyclists in this area and the police are well aware of the revenue
potential. They will get you every single time if you don't have a good
detector, quick response time, and/or an angel on your shoulder. How do I
know, you ask? I live in the building that used to be the police station in
Holland and therefore I know the Chief of police here pretty well.
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