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If you want to ride like an idiot, it is best you do it in rural areas. If you decide to ride like a Joe Rocket in the city and on interstates, you better be prepared to run, and be prepared for the consequences of a felony.

Best advice in any situation of getting "busted" is to immediately pull over in the safest area as possible. Consequences of evading are multiples worse than just pulling over. Just pull over and most likely state prosecutors will reduce the charge in your favor (assuming you are not a repeat offender), and given the circumstance and officer, you might get away with a warning.

Know what you are doing, who it is impacting, and the consequences.
 

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I personally recommend a track for any high speed hijinks. Gets the blood flowing good while not having to constantly look over your shoulder for the popo and those pesky cagers that seem to pop out of nowhere to run you over and ruin your day.
 

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Im not getting the American slang here "popo" "cagers" ?? whats that mean?
LoL!

popo = police man or woman.

cagers = people who drive in a vehicle... ie car or truck
 

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If you want to ride like an idiot, it is best you do it in rural areas. If you decide to ride like a Joe Rocket in the city and on interstates, you better be prepared to run, and be prepared for the consequences of a felony.

Best advice in any situation of getting "busted" is to immediately pull over in the safest area as possible. Consequences of evading are multiples worse than just pulling over. Just pull over and most likely state prosecutors will reduce the charge in your favor (assuming you are not a repeat offender), and given the circumstance and officer, you might get away with a warning.

Know what you are doing, who it is impacting, and the consequences.
Read Twist Wrist II a thousand times; once you see the light you'll be at ease.
 

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If you want to ride like an idiot, it is best you do it in rural areas. If you decide to ride like a Joe Rocket in the city and on interstates, you better be prepared to run, and be prepared for the consequences of a felony.

Best advice in any situation of getting "busted" is to immediately pull over in the safest area as possible. Consequences of evading are multiples worse than just pulling over. Just pull over and most likely state prosecutors will reduce the charge in your favor (assuming you are not a repeat offender), and given the circumstance and officer, you might get away with a warning.

Know what you are doing, who it is impacting, and the consequences.
You read Code?
I not only read Code, I live it, and just because I constantly practice throttle control, body position, turn enter/exit, etc, does not mean I am above the law. If you decide to run you had better be prepared for the consequences of a felony. It will change your life forever.
 

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List Code's pivot points and page number.
It's all common sense. I don't need to drop an extra .5 seconds on my way to work, or to meet up with some friends. Read the book, then watch the movie once a year as a refresher - if that.
 
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