So, 95mph on the highway = suspension. I really hate blanket laws like that.The driver was freed pending a July 8th appearance in Southeast Court.
State Police Sgt. Ted Daley said that speeding more than 40-miles-an-hour higher than the posted speed limit results in 11 points being charged against the driver's license, which automatically results in a suspension.
I think once you're going that speed it doesn't matter if your just doing it for fun or trying to get away.Yes! Just keep running, don't stop for anything. Why not risk your life; getting caught would be a big pain in the ass. Hey, it's your life to risk. Don't worry about the pain and expense you'd put your family and friends through. They already know you're selfish. And above all, don't give a thought to the risk you're creating to innocent bystanders. I mean, they're... strangers. pffft.