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If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Need For Speed ()
Date: March 08, 2012 06:24PM

If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?

I am a skilled driver.
I do not want to be arrested or charged with a hit and run because somebody else in the race could not complete a sharp turn etc...

Can I be charged for a hit and run even if my driving skills were not the reason for the crash?

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: March 08, 2012 06:28PM

Why are you racing on public roads? Are you supposed to be Vin Diesel or something?

Blessed are the murderous.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Need For Speed ()
Date: March 08, 2012 07:28PM

eesh Wrote:
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> Why are you racing on public roads? Are you
> supposed to be Vin Diesel or something?

You drift?

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: <img src="_____________"> ()
Date: March 08, 2012 07:30PM

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: March 08, 2012 07:52PM

Need For Speed Wrote:
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> eesh Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Why are you racing on public roads? Are you
> > supposed to be Vin Diesel or something?
>
> You drift?

Blessed are the murderous.
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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: March 08, 2012 07:56PM

Need For Speed Wrote:
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> If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax
> County and one of the participants in the race
> crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help
> them?
>
> I am a skilled driver.
> I do not want to be arrested or charged with a hit
> and run because somebody else in the race could
> not complete a sharp turn etc...
>
> Can I be charged for a hit and run even if my
> driving skills were not the reason for the crash?


First off, you shouldn't be racing on a public roadway. However, I won't lie and say that I never did it before when I was a teen, BUT, I never raced on crowded roadways, never on any curves or turns, and never for a distance. If you're going to do it anyway, at least try to use some common sense and be aware of your surroundings.

Yes, btw, if some car does crash, you need to help. Leaving an injured person to possibly die is an asshole move if there ever was one. If you get charged, then suck it up and learn from it, but don't ever be such a punk that you deny someone help.

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"And if any women or children get their legs torn off, or faces caved in, well, it's tough shit for them." -2LT. Bert Stiles, 505th, 339th (On Berlin Bombardier Mission, 1944).

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: MS--14 ()
Date: March 08, 2012 08:01PM

Hey, mang...this is NOVA...when someone crashes during a street race you are required by law to either back up and run them over or leave them there to get encrispified...

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: carlos ()
Date: March 08, 2012 08:02PM

you can go to the race track. you will meet good people. keep that shit off public streets. trust me, i have know stupid niggers like you who race on the street and leave a person who wrecked to die.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: OLD farts ()
Date: March 08, 2012 11:31PM

What a bunch of OLD farts in here.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:31AM

Need For Speed Wrote:
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> If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax
> County and one of the participants in the race
> crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help
> them?
>
> I am a skilled driver.





How many decals do you have on your '92 Civic?

Blessed are the murderous.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: just ()
Date: March 09, 2012 04:06AM

Just save everyone some time and kill yourself.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Curmudgeon ()
Date: March 09, 2012 07:06AM

Legally you're not obligated to help. But read up on the felony murder rule in VA. If they die you're probably screwed.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Damn. ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:05PM

Damn. You all some haters for real. Quit acting like you never did it when you was young.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: It's amazing ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:11PM

Need For Speed Wrote:
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> If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax
> County and one of the participants in the race
> crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help
> them?
>
> I am a skilled driver.
> I do not want to be arrested or charged with a hit
> and run because somebody else in the race could
> not complete a sharp turn etc...
>
> Can I be charged for a hit and run even if my
> driving skills were not the reason for the crash?



You are an Idiot

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Vin Diesel ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:13PM

Damn. Wrote:
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> Damn. You all some haters for real. Quit acting
> like you never did it when you was young.

We DID do it when we were young THAT'S why we know the shit ain't safe.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: No goats ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:23PM

if it's a minivan that crashes, stick around to see if it starts to burn...if so, then smile and drive off.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: FreeCabs ()
Date: March 09, 2012 01:25PM

I believe if someone dies while you are committing a crime with them, then you can be charged with involuntary manslaughter. So yes, it's better to keep driving from a law perspective.

However I had this happen to me years ago. The second car went of in a ditch and overturned. I came back and stopped to help. My car was parked the wrong way on the street and the passenger door was left open on it when the police and fire arrived. I believe some lady in a minivan who called it in the accident stopped and told one of the officers that we both had been racing.

The officer questioned me, asked why my car was parked the wrong way, was I racing the car??? I said no to all the questions. The officer then said I know you were racing, I'm glad to see you came back, most people take off. I'm just going to give you a verbal warning if I catch you again I'm to throw the book at you. Your free to go, drive safe.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: HEMI ()
Date: March 09, 2012 07:08PM

Not in my world

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: carlos from the grave. ()
Date: March 09, 2012 07:28PM

Need For Speed Wrote:
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> If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax
> County and one of the participants in the race
> crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help
> them?
>
> I am a skilled driver.
> I do not want to be arrested or charged with a hit
> and run because somebody else in the race could
> not complete a sharp turn etc...
>
> Can I be charged for a hit and run even if my
> driving skills were not the reason for the crash?


You must be a stupid negro, or a dumb spic. trust me you can't drive that good.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: R53 ()
Date: March 10, 2012 01:12AM

Dude. You're an asshole if you think you can race anywhere in Ffx county. Just go into a garage, close and seal the doors, and race in place. I'll stand outside with a weedeater and you can pretend like your racing another ricer.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: *********************** ()
Date: March 10, 2012 06:45AM

There is a drag strip in Manassas.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Ghost ()
Date: March 10, 2012 06:56PM

_____________ Wrote:
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jesus christ

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Flowmaster ()
Date: March 10, 2012 07:06PM

I'll wreck all of you with my 302. That's a 5.0 in case you are too slow to know. GET IT?! LOL

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Hemispherical ()
Date: March 10, 2012 07:08PM

7.3L turbo diesel here. Beat you while towing your car/truck/RV/house. Currently running high 10's at the 1/4 mile on low boost.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: 94 Civic ()
Date: March 10, 2012 07:14PM

2200 lbs with a v8 bigger than your 302. PLUS one giant snail ;) unsuspecting all stock on the outside with steelies. Got some bunches of performance stickers though so it isn't all stock.. just fishin for noobs.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: the truth is told ()
Date: March 10, 2012 09:29PM

nothing but niggers. Yeah, i said it.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Drag Strips Suck ()
Date: March 10, 2012 10:34PM

Drag strips suck.

Why would I want to race somebody else in a straight line or on inside an oval shaped track?

I 'm all about long distance races in traffic on major roads, highways, through residential streets and even back alleys.

Basically from one location to another location. Who ever gets there first WINS.

So much more fun that way. Driving skills are put to the test. Its not always all about who is the fastet although it defintely helps if you are not a slow driver.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: turbo negro ()
Date: March 10, 2012 10:42PM

Drag Strips Suck Wrote:
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> Drag strips suck.
>
> Why would I want to race somebody else in a
> straight line or on inside an oval shaped track?
>
> I 'm all about long distance races in traffic on
> major roads, highways, through residential streets
> and even back alleys.
>
> Basically from one location to another location.
> Who ever gets there first WINS.
>
> So much more fun that way. Driving skills are put
> to the test. Its not always all about who is the
> fastet although it defintely helps if you are not
> a slow driver.


i think the guy who posted above was correct..."nothing but stupid niggers"

enough said.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Not me ()
Date: March 10, 2012 11:21PM

turbo negro Wrote:
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> Drag Strips Suck Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Drag strips suck.
> >
> > Why would I want to race somebody else in a
> > straight line or on inside an oval shaped
> track?
> >
> > I 'm all about long distance races in traffic
> on
> > major roads, highways, through residential
> streets
> > and even back alleys.
> >
> > Basically from one location to another
> location.
> > Who ever gets there first WINS.
> >
> > So much more fun that way. Driving skills are
> put
> > to the test. Its not always all about who is
> the
> > fastet although it defintely helps if you are
> not
> > a slow driver.
>
>
> i think the guy who posted above was
> correct..."nothing but stupid niggers"
>
> enough said.

I'm Asian.

TJ grad too.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Rambunctious ()
Date: March 10, 2012 11:31PM

> >
> > i think the guy who posted above was
> > correct..."nothing but stupid niggers"
> >
> > enough said.
>
> I'm Asian.
>
> TJ grad too.

So you should know better and you are compensating for a small penis?

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: March 10, 2012 11:36PM

Drag Strips Suck Wrote:
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> Drag strips suck.
>
> Why would I want to race somebody else in a
> straight line or on inside an oval shaped track?





+1


For this I've never understood the appeal of NASCAR, all they do for hours is go in an oval. I guess watching the crashes is something entertaining.

Blessed are the murderous.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Example ()
Date: March 11, 2012 12:02AM

Here is an example of a street race I participated in back in the day.

Tower Records GW campus in DC to Tower Records Little River Turnpike in Alexandria.

Just for the hell of it.
First ones to physically step inside of the store at the bottom of the escalator WIN.

We reached speeds of up to 90 MPH at times.
Me and my passenger must have been standing at the front entrance of Tower for over 10 minutes before the other driver and his passenger pulled in to the parking lot.
We lost sight of them as we were passing by Arlington National Cemetery.

What did we get out of it?
They paid for our dinner over at the pizza hut down the street.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Exmaple ()
Date: March 11, 2012 05:03AM

I pray to Jesus that Negroes rape your mother.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: 8 to 80 ()
Date: March 11, 2012 09:43AM

Exmaple Wrote:
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> I pray to Jesus that Negroes rape your mother.


they already did, and he is the end result.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: restonmom ()
Date: March 11, 2012 05:56PM

young man racing is illegal if someone dies when you are racing. You are morally responsible and will go right to hell cut ut it out and make your mommy proud

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Dumbass ()
Date: March 12, 2012 03:40PM

8 to 80 Wrote:
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> Exmaple Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I pray to Jesus that Negroes rape your mother.
>
>
> they already did, and he is the end result.

+1

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: StreetRacing ()
Date: March 12, 2012 07:53PM

The only reason you ignorant kids street race is because you don't have the balls or skill to actually take it to a real track, in a controlled setting, to race. Pick a local dragstrip, or go out to Summit Point or VIR and show us what you really have.

Unitl then, you're just an immature pussy.

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: Oldskool ()
Date: March 12, 2012 08:28PM

Geo Metro with a 350 motor w/ boost. Anyone wanna go?

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Re: If I am involved in a street race in Fairfax County and one of the participants in the race crashes, am I obligated to pull over and help them?
Posted by: FBO ()
Date: March 13, 2012 01:13PM

StreetRacing Wrote:
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> The only reason you ignorant kids street race is
> because you don't have the balls or skill to
> actually take it to a real track, in a controlled
> setting, to race. Pick a local dragstrip, or go
> out to Summit Point or VIR and show us what you
> really have.
>
> Unitl then, you're just an immature pussy.

This. Its a lot harder to race on a track with people who know what they are doing instead of punk kids who are fucking retarded - especially for 'going to TJ'.

Dumbfucks.

____________________________________________________________________________________________

I say "fuck" a lot...

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