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  1. #1405
    Lots of important Tijuana info in this post.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Watch the video how 2 drivers got pissed off, swerving to hit each other and caused a major accident.

    Looked like the motorcyclist kicked a car which swerved to hit him, but instead lost control, hit the concrete median on the left, crossed over concrete barrier on the right, rammed a SUV on the left rear side and rolled it over. The motorcyclist quickly sped from the scene. The drivers in this nasty confrontation can be easily identified and will likely facing serious felony charges.

    The car looked like an old Nissan Altima, the SUV was a Honda Ridgeline. They were traveling only about 60 MPH, but you can see how cars can easily become unstable, uncontrollable and SUVs can easily roll over in emergency maneuvers. I have seen it happen to a brand-new Lincoln navigator, the largest SUV ever, weaving in traffic at about 50 MPH right ahead of my car.

    Of course I have seen 1 or 2 Suzuki Samurais rolled over on busy, straight, dry freeway. One guy I know was merging slowly into a freeway in his big Toyota SUV. He ran over something that deflated his right front tire, rolling his SUV on its top. He was upside down in his SUV with blood streaming down his face, watching oncoming traffic. Lucky the drivers avoided hitting him or he could be dead.

    Sharing lanes between cars and motorcycles can be stressful and can antagonize people. This year a young woman in San Diego chased down and ran over a US Navy warrant officer riding home on his motorcycle. She was convicted of manslaughter 1, doing a few years in state prison. The bros are urged to swerve and change lanes gently to avoid losing control of their cars, and to ignore rude, offensive drivers to avoid potential violent confrontations and accidents, especially on both sides of the US Mexico borders. There is no honor or victory to take on rude, ignorant, selfish on the road or anywhere else on earth.

    Stay calm, cool under all circumstances, and stay alive a long time to keep the pretty chicas in good company.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...622-story.html

  2. #1404

    Road rage accident Santa Clarita

    Watch the video how 2 drivers got pissed off, swerving to hit each other and caused a major accident.

    Looked like the motorcyclist kicked a car which swerved to hit him, but instead lost control, hit the concrete median on the left, crossed over concrete barrier on the right, rammed a SUV on the left rear side and rolled it over. The motorcyclist quickly sped from the scene. The drivers in this nasty confrontation can be easily identified and will likely facing serious felony charges.

    The car looked like an old Nissan Altima, the SUV was a Honda Ridgeline. They were traveling only about 60 MPH, but you can see how cars can easily become unstable, uncontrollable and SUVs can easily roll over in emergency maneuvers. I have seen it happen to a brand-new Lincoln navigator, the largest SUV ever, weaving in traffic at about 50 MPH right ahead of my car.

    Of course I have seen 1 or 2 Suzuki Samurais rolled over on busy, straight, dry freeway. One guy I know was merging slowly into a freeway in his big Toyota SUV. He ran over something that deflated his right front tire, rolling his SUV on its top. He was upside down in his SUV with blood streaming down his face, watching oncoming traffic. Lucky the drivers avoided hitting him or he could be dead.

    Sharing lanes between cars and motorcycles can be stressful and can antagonize people. This year a young woman in San Diego chased down and ran over a US Navy warrant officer riding home on his motorcycle. She was convicted of manslaughter 1, doing a few years in state prison. The bros are urged to swerve and change lanes gently to avoid losing control of their cars, and to ignore rude, offensive drivers to avoid potential violent confrontations and accidents, especially on both sides of the US Mexico borders. There is no honor or victory to take on rude, ignorant, selfish on the road or anywhere else on earth.

    Stay calm, cool under all circumstances, and stay alive a long time to keep the pretty chicas in good company.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...622-story.html

  3. #1403
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubby  [View Original Post]
    My novia and I were driving and ran into an alcoholimetro on Calle 9 a few blocks west of Revo. She was taken into the trailer and blew a. 48. The officer told her that at. 5, she wouldn't have been able to leave.

    Her cousin was stopped at one in Hermosillo. He blew a. 43. He got up to leave and they told him the limit was. 4. he was arrested. I think he ended up paying a multa of around 7500 pesos. Both of these occurred last year.
    Interesting. I wonder when it changed. I blew a. 04 last year and I figured I was well within the limits. Apparently not.

    Anyway, after that wonderful experience I Uber everywhere after the party starts.

  4. #1402

    Normally Yes but //

    Quote Originally Posted by Travv  [View Original Post]
    I tell guys, if you are going to drink anything alcoholic in the Zona, first get an all night room as soon as you arrive so you are not tempted to get into your car and party with the motorcycle policia who are waiting for you to leave the clubs Only drive in the daytime after you sober up in your room! I've heard the Hotel Eduardo is 250 pesos for an all night room and the Chicago Club has a cheap hotel next door. Lot cheaper than mordida, fines or a stay in the Tijuana jail for DUI!
    It was my last day and needed to get out. So I packed in some fun at the last minute. Yes, I realize my mistake and all the warnings were there even from the girl I just banged. Of course me being hasty and just wanted to take off after my bang was what caused me not to listen to my friend letting me know that the two monkees just marked me. I should have just pulled right back into the parking lot and went back to bars to chill out.

  5. #1401

    Tijuana 0.05% legal limit blood alcohol content

    In the US 0.08% is the legal limit blood alcohol content by volume for driving.

    That means if you have 1 gallon of blood in your body, the alcohol volume in your blood legal to drive must be below 0.08% of a gallon, measured by Alcohol Breath Analyzers.

    I had 3 beers in 3 hours in HK and got stopped by policia on the dark stretch of Benito Juarez corner of Negrete, where the road spits 3 ways. The pretty nurse let me blow into a breath analyzer and showed it to me. It measured 0.03% so she let me go. If Tijuana limit is 0.05 % I would have to knock down 5 drinks in 3 hours to exceed legal limit, or 9 drink for the 0. 08% limit the US.4 other Mexicans were arrested, cars impounded, while their families hang out waiting in the dark.

    Alcohol Breath Analyzers are sold in eBay for about $3. Don't know how accurate they are, but I will buy a few to hand out to friends and family.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubby  [View Original Post]
    IMO, you made the correct decision to pay him off. The limit in Tijuana for DUI is. 5, a bit below in the USA. I would never pay if it was a straight shakedown, and you weren't drinking. But since you were buzzed, it was probably the right call.

  6. #1400

    Dui

    Quote Originally Posted by Phordphan  [View Original Post]
    Are you sure about the. 05? I thought only Chihuahua had. 04. The national limit is. 08, but some states are different. I can't find anything that says Baja California Norte is any different.
    My novia and I were driving and ran into an alcoholimetro on Calle 9 a few blocks west of Revo. She was taken into the trailer and blew a. 48. The officer told her that at. 5, she wouldn't have been able to leave.

    Her cousin was stopped at one in Hermosillo. He blew a. 43. He got up to leave and they told him the limit was. 4. he was arrested. I think he ended up paying a multa of around 7500 pesos. Both of these occurred last year.

  7. #1399

    Hotel Room?

    I tell guys, if you are going to drink anything alcoholic in the Zona, first get an all night room as soon as you arrive so you are not tempted to get into your car and party with the motorcycle policia who are waiting for you to leave the clubs Only drive in the daytime after you sober up in your room! I've heard the Hotel Eduardo is 250 pesos for an all night room and the Chicago Club has a cheap hotel next door. Lot cheaper than mordida, fines or a stay in the Tijuana jail for DUI!

  8. #1398
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubby  [View Original Post]
    IMO, you made the correct decision to pay him off. The limit in Tijuana for DUI is. 5, a bit below in the USA. I would never pay if it was a straight shakedown, and you weren't drinking. But since you were buzzed, it was probably the right call.
    Are you sure about the. 05? I thought only Chihuahua had. 04. The national limit is. 08, but some states are different. I can't find anything that says Baja California Norte is any different.

  9. #1397

    Monkies

    Quote Originally Posted by SBeach25  [View Original Post]
    So had a great time in the Zona and was leaving the parking lot behind tropical. As I was exiting the parking lot and not paying attention my wingman said two moto monkies just looked at me hard. I didn't pay attention so started driving to the street just one block off main strip. As I made a right turn to get to the street to the new bridge, and sure enough they pulled me over as I drove by. Said, I didn't wait for pedestrians to cross even tho the guy had already started walking behing my car as I got close to him. Then assumed that I had been drinking and wanted me to follow them to station for testing. I knew I was fucked, had 4 beers on empty stomach over a span of 1. 5 hours. Plus the girl I just banged said I needed to eat and walk off the alcohol before leaving. As I sat in my car I remember she just warned me and here I am. However, I didn't feel I was that drunk but buzzing and did not want to risk it so I told him what needed to be done to correct this. He hands me the ticket pad and says to put everything I had in btwn the tickets. As I looked at the ticket it was all bogus with fake name and license plate. I gave him about $80 in dollars and pesos and he insisted my wingman contribute as well another 500 P.S. Just a warning, stay on main strip so cameras are around. Even though I was buzzed I felt I did not want to risk the chance. Stay safe. BTW, the officer that asked me for donation was Mondial on is name plate.
    IMO, you made the correct decision to pay him off. The limit in Tijuana for DUI is. 5, a bit below in the USA. I would never pay if it was a straight shakedown, and you weren't drinking. But since you were buzzed, it was probably the right call.

  10. #1396

    Monkies took me as a mark

    So had a great time in the Zona and was leaving the parking lot behind tropical. As I was exiting the parking lot and not paying attention my wingman said two moto monkies just looked at me hard. I didn't pay attention so started driving to the street just one block off main strip. As I made a right turn to get to the street to the new bridge, and sure enough they pulled me over as I drove by. Said, I didn't wait for pedestrians to cross even tho the guy had already started walking behing my car as I got close to him. Then assumed that I had been drinking and wanted me to follow them to station for testing. I knew I was fucked, had 4 beers on empty stomach over a span of 1. 5 hours. Plus the girl I just banged said I needed to eat and walk off the alcohol before leaving. As I sat in my car I remember she just warned me and here I am. However, I didn't feel I was that drunk but buzzing and did not want to risk it so I told him what needed to be done to correct this. He hands me the ticket pad and says to put everything I had in btwn the tickets. As I looked at the ticket it was all bogus with fake name and license plate. I gave him about $80 in dollars and pesos and he insisted my wingman contribute as well another 500 P.S. Just a warning, stay on main strip so cameras are around. Even though I was buzzed I felt I did not want to risk the chance. Stay safe. BTW, the officer that asked me for donation was Mondial on is name plate.

  11. #1395

    Tow trucks in San Ysidro's malls

    I met a bro who parked his car in one of the strip malls in San Ysidro and got towed. It costed him closed to $500 tow fee and storage to get his car back.

    Looks like mall owners are in cahoot with tow truck operators and have people watch their parking lots. If they see you park the cars and walk away from the lots, instead of shopping in the stores, they would call the tow trucks. For day trippers, stop parking in mall lots, or risk $500 tow jobs. Park in paid parking lots or on streets behind the Days' Inn and KFC.

    The damn tow trucks even roam Camp Pendleton's La Pulgas exit and tow poor Marines' cars parked off the roads

    Quote Originally Posted by Hargow20  [View Original Post]
    Crossed back over the border and walked back to my car by Goodwill. When I got back I discovered my SUV was gone. I called SDPD to report my car stolen. They told me my SUV was towed. I saw this one guy writing down this other cars VIN. I asked why my car was towed. He then told me that gravel was considered to be private property. Now mind you that I was parked partially on the gravel parallel to the rest of the street. He then tries telling me that there is a no parking sign. There is a no parking sign, but it is located 3/4 of the down of the block. He then points to other private no parking sign that is posted. Now mind you these rectangular signs only govern private property not public. This was not a official city sign. He then tries telling me that I was blocking a driveway. There was a cement slab with concrete parking stops. There area where he indicated there was no driveway curb. So after all of this nonsense I was forced to take the trolley home and catch a cab. So tomorrow I have to waste time and get my car out of the towing yard. I am calling my lawyer and going to sue these shysters. ! Grrr.

  12. #1394

    Entertaining policcias

    When policias are entertained and get horny, they will usually insist on having free money or free sex!

    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    The good thing was the cops totally left me and the smelly, hairy cab driver alone, they didn't even want to see my ID. They were totally focused on that playa Caprese 7 and his bitches.

  13. #1393
    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    Ohh I forgot to mention our hot dates were with us. Of course for me the bad part was I was sitting in front with the smelly hairy cab driver and caprese was in back with the 2 chicas.
    The good thing was the cops totally left me and the smelly, hairy cab driver alone, they didn't even want to see my ID. They were totally focused on that playa Caprese 7 and his bitches.

  14. #1392
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Baxter and Caprese just found a new way to enjoy Tijuana: partying, singing and dancing with hairy and smelly cab drivers while policias watch!
    Ohh I forgot to mention our hot dates were with us. Of course for me the bad part was I was sitting in front with the smelly hairy cab driver and caprese was in back with the 2 chicas.

  15. #1391

    A new way to enjoy Tijuana

    Baxter and Caprese just found a new way to enjoy Tijuana: partying, singing and dancing with hairy and smelly cab drivers while policias watch!

    Quote Originally Posted by BaxterSlade  [View Original Post]
    So Caprese 7 and myself hailed a cab in the zona to head back to the Ticuan. This was no ordinary taxi Libre. This taxi had a great sound system with a small video screen on the dashboard. The screen let you pick the music you wanted just like a juke box. So we are playing some Bee Gees (staying alive) and dancing and singinging in our seats and having a blast. And then it happens red and blue lights and we are g

    The cab driver just explained to the cops some americanos having fun.

    Ohh yea if anyone wants to call Disco taxi and have a blast. I got the phone # you can PM me.

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