Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Kimberley, BC Canada
I got stopped for speeding in WA a couple of years ago - only my second time ever, and 1st in about 25 years, and 1st ever outside of Canada, so I had no idea what to expect. On state hwy 821 - a lovely curvy road between Ellensburg and Yakima - with a ridiculously low psl (45mph/75kph as I recall) - I was doing about 60mph/100kph (i.e. 33% over) on my Wing. I did as Ray et al have said - pull over asap, helmet off, licence in hand, etc. The officer was very pleasant. He spent about 5 minutes in his car - a very anxious 5 minutes for me - then came out and told me he was only going to give me a warning, partly because I was from out of state and partly because I was not in the WA system. Then he told me to go easy ahead, as there were more police further south. Nice fellow.
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