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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-07-2016, 09:56 AM Thread Starter
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300 km/h In The NSX

I would have expected something like this from the autobahn, didn't think someone would hit those speeds on Japanese highways. The car is actually very sturdy at high speeds, the driver barely moved the steering wheel to adjust.




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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-07-2016, 05:27 PM
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Didn't you learn anything from Tokyo Drift?

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So that's why the NSX was able to go up to 300km without getting pulled over, they passed the 180k point!



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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-11-2016, 10:16 AM
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My username is finally relevant! I doubt the police cars have a low speed limit of just 180km/h especially with how large the sports car market is in Japan, the law enforcement will need to keep up. Nut in Tokyo Drift we trust.
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Apparently because of how crowded the highways are, they won't chase you in excessive speeds but because of all of the traffic monitoring cameras and what not, you'll plate will be caught and you can expect cops to be at your door the next day. Just from a quick search
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I'm guessing if you're rich enough to afford an NSX in Japan, since the car has to be exported from the America plant, you're rich enough to not care about a speeding ticket.

Still wouldn't do it on a public highway, one little lapse in concentration can send you into a wall or someone else.



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I'm guessing if you're rich enough to afford an NSX in Japan, since the car has to be exported from the America plant, you're rich enough to not care about a speeding ticket.

Still wouldn't do it on a public highway, one little lapse in concentration can send you into a wall or someone else.
This is more of what I found in regards to penalties/punishment. You may have to leave the country sounds extremely intense

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The line in the above chart for 30km is actually completely blank. You should expect to pay at least 60,000 (or perhaps much more). It gets worse your license will probably be suspended for 1-30 days, and you will be required to attend a day or two of traffic safety school, which is both during working hours, necessitating the use of paid leave, and is also in a place that's hard to get to without a car. Possibly you may be prosecuted, which would necessitate a court hearing, and it's not unlikely that you'll have to visit the police station or prosecutor's office.

For 40-50km over the limit, you're looking at losing your license, possibly resigning from your work (public servants can't just break the law like this), and may have to leave the country. Technically, driving at such speeds becomes a crime in its own right: endangering the public.
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Apparently because of how crowded the highways are, they won't chase you in excessive speeds but because of all of the traffic monitoring cameras and what not, you'll plate will be caught and you can expect cops to be at your door the next day. Just from a quick search
Yes, now that presents a real issue an a smart way for them to catch you but there's still no way for them to say who was in the vehicle. So maybe they can mail the owner a fine but it probably won't go against their driving record. I think red light tickets work the same way.
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And that is why you leave speeding for the track. People like that driver gives sports car owners a bad reputation. Sure we may speed a little, but not excessively to the point of endangering the public.
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Yes, now that presents a real issue an a smart way for them to catch you but there's still no way for them to say who was in the vehicle. So maybe they can mail the owner a fine but it probably won't go against their driving record. I think red light tickets work the same way.
That is true, and red light cameras work the same way. That's why they can only fine you and not charge points.

Nonetheless, 300km/h anywhere but the Autobahn is just ridiculous and wrong. Putting many lives in harms way is the issue. You hurting yourself, pfft, that's your choice.
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