Don't Drive 100 miles per hour on a Kansas Highway

Driving over 100 miles per hour on an Interstate in Kansas feels good in a VW R32. You almost don't notice you're going that fast. Especially when you are making fun of the Dog Whisperer. Then, the fun almost ends when a silly Kansas Highway Patrol Officer pulls you over. Smile, you're on candid camera Mr. Policeman.

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STOP means STOP
Indiana State Police pair up with a school bus driver in Bloomington, Indiana on her after-school route to snag drivers blowing past the bus stop arm. The stop arm warns drivers that the bus is stopping and children exiting. An officer on the school bus dispatched violators to officers waiting nearby. One of the violators — a school bus driver. HeraldTimesOnline.com was along for the ride.





KHP Final Crown Vic Goodbye...
Kansas Highway Patrol retires this last Crown Vic.





Brake checking a cop...
"KEEP RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS" IS THE LAW IN CERTAIN STATES! While riding the left lane for no apparent reason this van was approached from behind by a sheriffs patrol car (clearly marked lights on top, black &white etc.), after blocking my way for several miles...I moved to the right as I saw the police cruiser approach figuring he would surely move over for the cop ...The van either didn't see the cop car at first or decided he wasn't going to pull to the right for him either (which is the travel lane for those who still cant grasp that concept) I was becoming more and more amused by this and decided to start recording with my dash-cam. The cop was not amused so he flashed his lights to the van several times, started riding the rumble strip and tailgating (note the weather...) The van driver for whatever reason decides it would be a good idea to brake-check the cop!!! And so it goes for quite a while until van guy pulls to the right lane as I'm contemplating going an extra exit or 2 to follow the unfolding saga...but as the cop starts to pass the van (I'm in the exit lane already) the most wonderful thing happens... (Sullivan County, New York, Route 17, exit 109) A recent link: http://fox17online.com/2016/03/02/michigan-state-police-launch-effort-to-ed ucate-left-lane-drivers/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_FOX_17





Think Twice Before Passing The Police
This occurred on I-295 N in West Deptford/Westville area around mile post 24. The New Jersey State Trooper was going 60 mph. The posted speed limit at the time was 50 mph due to it being a work zone even though the work was finished the signs were still posted.




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