Kawasaki H2 vs State Trooper

State Trooper has zero chance. My god how ferocious the H2 is. Some serious technology there!

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Trooper comes in to view at 2:57 with the lights on at 100 mph, the bike is cruising in third gear and then he hits the throttle, making every car on the highway look standing still, so epic!

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To be fair nearly any street bike can outrun a car. My cb1000r was nuts at only 170 hp. Loved it when a truck thought they were fast, no bro, you've been outmatched.

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Fast or not, the guy is riding like a complete cunt. Zero respect for anyone else on the road. (edited)

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With zero fucks given.

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It was pretty stupid riding.

And evading.

I’ve run from cops before. You get your ass off the highway and hide somewhere.

I’ve found it best to take an exit once you’re out of sight and then backtrack on city/county roads. This was especially useful in Ohio where the State Troopers have no jurisdiction off of the highway.

I wouldn’t put my life on the line for $120 ticket. I’m worth more than that.

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Overpriced Parts /

> Papa _ Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> It was pretty stupid riding.

>

> And evading.

>

> I’ve run from cops before. You get your ass off the highway and hide

> somewhere.

>

> I’ve found it best to take an exit once you’re out of sight and then

> backtrack on city/county roads.

This was especially useful in Ohio where

the State Troopers have no jurisdiction off of the highway.

>

>

That ^ is incorrect information

I’ve got pulled over on regular streets by the Ohio highway patrol before and they will chase you if you get off the highway on to any city street.

Before bias TV networks banned cops/live PD type shows and news stopped showing most chases you would see them all the time going through streets.

Ohio highway patrol have jurisdiction on any public street in Ohio and state parks too Not just highways.

They are a state police force and do more then just guard freeways they do all police duties as well as vehicle inspections. They are the only police force that have jurisdiction on the state turnpike, local police forces do not

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It's all fun until the helicopter goes up.

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I'm all for running from the cops, but riding like a cunt makes you a cunt.

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Unless things have changed since I was an Ohio police officer, state Highway patrol is still just that.

They have jurisdiction on state owned roads (including surface streets that are also part of a State Route) which I see how that could be tricky. Main Street in Dayton Ohio is also St Rt 48. But make a left or right onto any city street, you are out of their jurisdiction.

HOWEVER, they can actively pursue out of their jurisdiction. That, by the word of the law, has to be a “hot pursuit”. As in, they are right behind you and have you in sight. If they lose your trail and see the same vehicle 20 min later, they would be making an illegal stop to pull you over at that time.

State troopers in Ohio have to ask for an escort from local police to serve papers in any jurisdiction other than their own. They literally only have jurisdiction on state roads (and so many feet to either side of the road) on state owned land like parks and stuff and in the state office buildings and courts.

Their jurisdiction is well overlapped by county and city PDs which do a better job with way less budget. I personally never met a State Trooper I liked and would love to see the traffic cop department shut down and their enormous budget given to real cops that need the equipment and training to do actual police work. Not just harass folks for equipment and speed violations.

If you can’t tell. I don’t like the OSP. you won’t change my mind on that either.

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It is all fun and games sometimes, when the helicopter goes up. I saw the video of the White Hellcat outrun the helicopter in that high speed chase.

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punkrock randy /

Cherries off, tail tucked back between legs. U need parking garages to ditch ditch helicopters + the vehicle can’t be tied to you. Sounds like a lil indy car🤘🏼

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still couldnt beat this volvo;

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I have got out of a couple speeding tickets simply because I immediately pulled over. When the cop came up to me he said he expected me to run.

Sometimes being courteous pays off.

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Overpriced Parts /

> Papa _ Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> Unless things have changed since I was an Ohio police officer, state

> Highway patrol is still just that.

>

> They have jurisdiction on state owned roads (including surface streets

> that are also part of a State Route) which I see how that could be

> tricky. Main Street in Dayton Ohio is also St Rt 48. But make a left or

> right onto any city street, you are out of their jurisdiction.

>

> HOWEVER, they can actively pursue out of their jurisdiction. That, by

> the word of the law, has to be a “hot pursuit”. As in, they are right

> behind you and have you in sight. If they lose your trail and see the

> same vehicle 20 min later, they would be making an illegal stop to pull

> you over at that time.

>

> State troopers in Ohio have to ask for an escort from local police to

> serve papers in any jurisdiction other than their own. They literally

> only have jurisdiction on state roads (and so many feet to either side

> of the road) on state owned land like parks and stuff and in the state

> office buildings and courts.

>

> Their jurisdiction is well overlapped by county and city PDs which do a

> better job with way less budget. I personally never met a State Trooper

> I liked and would love to see the traffic cop department shut down and

> their enormous budget given to real cops that need the equipment and

> training to do actual police work. Not just harass folks for equipment

> and speed violations.

>

> If you can’t tell. I don’t like the OSP. you won’t change my mind on

> that either.

Yep it’s all changed they do drug busts now, they handle what defunded/lack of funds police force (before the call to defund) can’t do,

I live about a mile two of each way of Ohio State Routes and they are everywhere which is a good thing but they know nothing about Moped laws And I had to school them on Moped laws every other year,

About a month or so ago I got flashed to pull over on my magnum and before he even got out of the car the trooper recognized me and pulled up to me on left side and waved me by! I floored my two speed Gila 24 TM bike and hung with him for up to 45mph until his Dodge charger pulled away ha ha

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