- Dec 9, 2008
- Reaction score
- Ponca City Ok
The brake check on my part anyway wasn't jam on the brakes and watch the collision in the rear-view mirror. It was to get him off my bumper for the protection of myself and those in my vehicle after multiple warnings. Problem with that?When the dash cam catches the brake check, I think the officer may disagree with you. But I'm not LEO. And noone has said they were right. Instead of brake checking, if people drove with a little courtesy, stuff like this would happen way less frequently. So, you brake check them and they hit you. Now what have you proven? You're trip just got longer as you get to sit and wait on the officer to show up. And for what? Because you felt the need to assert some kind of dominance over them. Life's too short man.
Any rear end collision is automatically the fault of the person following too close so the trooper seeing that would have never given a ticket if the idiot had collided with me.
I can't understand anyone taking the side of the Honda or anyone acting like they did. SMMFH.