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Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
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08-13-2017 12:55 AM

 



Post: #16
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
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claim its a form of insurance scam.the guy ahead of you is part of a gang of scammers.jury trial.you were boxed in and didnt have time to react.this will get sideways fast if you pull up vid of other scammers doing it and suggest the cop may be a gang member too.
no mercy !
you are either a shark or bait.time to decide where you expect to be in this world.
wanna see how hard i can bite?
goddamn ol robo!
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DirtyAnnie
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08-13-2017 12:59 AM

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Post: #17
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
not in my state, if you rear end someone you are always at fault
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Post: #18
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
King Doom  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:13 AM)
No injury to me or the other party, but $200 fine for "failure to maintain control".

I was on the interstate, traffic slowed to a crawl.

Someone came up close behind me, so I could not slow down to give myself more room to the car ahead of me, and it slowed down as well, effectively boxing me in.

The traffic came to a stop, then started moving, I started moving my car to about 10mph, when all of a sudden the car ahead of me slammed on it's brakes.

I had about 1/2 second to react. I slammed on my brakes, but the "boxed in" condition gave me less than normal stopping distance, and even though I slammed on my brakes, it was not enough distance and I rear-ended the other car.

I think the "failure to maintain control" ticket is BS because:

1. Car came up behind me, boxing me in from the rear.
2. Car ahead of me decelerated rapidly, boxing me in from the front.
3. I could not increase my distance between myself and the car in front due to this.
Pretend you are a scared widdle alt-right domestic terrorist and plow into people at a demonstration. That might work!
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08-13-2017 01:02 AM

 



Post: #19
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
Just casually explain to the court that you were simply packing a bowl. Shouldn't be a problem
chuckle
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08-13-2017 01:04 AM

 



Post: #20
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
no way to win if you rear end somebody.

Only way is if the guy behind you pushed you into them

I have had assholes slam on their brakes on an icy road hoping I would hit them
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08-13-2017 01:07 AM

 



Post: #21
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
not true,no such thing as law,jury nullification beats all.
the money you save on the ticket covers the increase.ive never met a jury that set max fine.in texas,claim indegent and then there is no fine.less than fulltime is indegent and if they make you fill out a form,lie.you cant go to jail for a traffic court ticket or lying in traffic court.
or just roll over and take it up the bumm like a good litlle slave!
they lie about law every day,so dont feel guilty lying back.
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DirtyAnnie
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08-13-2017 01:16 AM

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Post: #22
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
again in my state the law says you have have to maintain a safe stopping distance from the car in front of you. You didn't.
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Post: #23
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
DirtyAnnie  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:59 AM)
not in my state, if you rear end someone you are always at fault

This is what I hate about this stupid law.

There ARE circumstances where it's not your "Fault", such as skidding on ice.

If you accidentally run over someone vs purposely, the fines/prison time much different.

I think everyone should challenge this, because even though it's your "Fault", speeding is usually done with intent, rear-ending someone is not.

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Post: #24
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
King Doom  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:13 AM)
No injury to me or the other party, but $200 fine for "failure to maintain control".

I was on the interstate, traffic slowed to a crawl.

Someone came up close behind me, so I could not slow down to give myself more room to the car ahead of me, and it slowed down as well, effectively boxing me in.

The traffic came to a stop, then started moving, I started moving my car to about 10mph, when all of a sudden the car ahead of me slammed on it's brakes.

I had about 1/2 second to react. I slammed on my brakes, but the "boxed in" condition gave me less than normal stopping distance, and even though I slammed on my brakes, it was not enough distance and I rear-ended the other car.

I think the "failure to maintain control" ticket is BS because:

1. Car came up behind me, boxing me in from the rear.
2. Car ahead of me decelerated rapidly, boxing me in from the front.
3. I could not increase my distance between myself and the car in front due to this.

You admitted not being in control by not having a safe space between you and the asshole in front of you.Your totally guilty.Next time do not tail gate.I am or have drove professionally for 2 decades
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08-13-2017 01:51 AM

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Post: #25
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
you were fined $200 which means you were ticketed by a cop
no you have no recourse also your insurance will go up

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Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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08-13-2017 01:56 AM

 



Post: #26
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
It's tough to get out of a rear end ticket unless you have a dash cam and can
prove the front car was playing the brake game or no brake lights and that
doesn't always work. It is incumbent on you to maintain distance when following.

Recommend you get a decent dash cam. If nothing else it will help your
driving be more careful.

I've had one for some 2 years. Never needed it for anything but it keeps me
from doing stupid things.
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08-13-2017 01:59 AM

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Post: #27
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
King Doom  Wrote: (08-13-2017 01:26 AM)
DirtyAnnie  Wrote: (08-13-2017 12:59 AM)
not in my state, if you rear end someone you are always at fault

This is what I hate about this stupid law.

There ARE circumstances where it's not your "Fault", such as skidding on ice.

If you accidentally run over someone vs purposely, the fines/prison time much different.

I think everyone should challenge this, because even though it's your "Fault", speeding is usually done with intent, rear-ending someone is not.

You must be new to driving and not know what your responsibility is. Take Driver's Ed if it is available at your high school and learn.
Or, claim snowflake status and take NO responsibility for your actions because EVERYONE else is at fault.
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Post: #28
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
No.
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Post: #29
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
Censored?doomed
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08-13-2017 02:08 AM

 



Post: #30
RE: Any way to fight a ticket for rear ending someone?
Yes

Please no contest, ask for defensive driving course so it's not on your record. Your story is sh*t.

Tell the judge this, I was a car length away and I noticed a vehicle behind me that was approaching me at a high rate of speed. I didn't want to get a head injury from being rear ended so I inedvertinly proceed to get out of the way and in the process I couldn't move my car fast enough to the shoulder and hit the car in front of me. I apologise to the injured party and ask for lineancy for a accident I tried to avoid.
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