Danger Road Rager!!!
Monday, March 22, 2010
Specialty Wildlife Plate # Z 152
Seriously, be careful of this man, he an older white male and is driving an older model gold SUV. He ran right up on my bumper, then pulled in front of me and slammed on his breaks, he repeated this manuever twice. Heaven knows what I did to anger this guy, if anything, but watch out he will try to wreak you!!! Use extreme caution if you see this guy on the road. This incident occurred on I-630 approx. 7:30 a.m.
Thank you for listening and be careful of this individual, he is a maniac.
In a hurry bub?
Thursday, October 08, 2009
Watch out in North Central Arkansas for a white silverado truck with the AR license place # 018 HIY. TOTAL DOUCHEBAG! He will ride your *** for no reason what so ever and go 25MPH over the speed limit.
PK 126 Be Warned!
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Traveling home this evening, I had this guy on a silver bike run right up on my bumper and acting as if he was trying to cut between my vehicle & the one I was passing. I could not speed up to let the maniac pass because there was a vehicle in front of me. Said maniac on bike passed me, then proceeded to do the highly intelligent act of slamming on his brakes & slowing the whole lane of traffic down for almost a mile. Watch out for a heavy set fellow on a silver bike, Arkansas licence PK 126!
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Why is it that people who drive SUV's seem to be more rude and drive faster than other vehicles? Add to that the fact that regular cars can't see around them. It's like they think they own the road or something. I wonder if it's a class problem, like Rich versus Poor people? The rich people who can afford vehicles like that think they can do whatever they want to. And the people who are driving cars are usually the ones that can't afford something like an SUV. Don't get me wrong here. I've seen plenty of wonderful drivers in SUV's. But it just seems like there are so many more bad drivers in SUV's than good ones.
Please correct me here if you think otherwise. I'd like more opinions on this.
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Those of you who reside and drive in the state of Arkansas need to take some driving lessons....I was on my bicycle and I witnessed a few accidents and close calls over the course of 3 days in and around Jonesboro. I am not generalizing to all residents but this message is for those people that drive clueless or unaware of their surroundings... In fact an idiot with Arkansas plate # 212 HEY should be pulled over and cited for driving like it was a unicycle...what an idiot. This person should not have a automobile...
There are many more plates I should list, but I wont.... Just be aware of your surroundings, and drive safely.... but for those of you Arkansassians who drive slower than a bicyclist.....learn to drive by taking some classes....or you are going to hurt innocent people going about their day...or even yourself...so again...LEARN TO DRIVE.
OH YEAH....NEVER EAT AT LAZZARI ITALIAN OVEN ON CARAWAY RD.... and IF YOU KNOW THE MORON SERVER WHO SPELLS HIS NAME AS JEF>>>> TELL HIM HE IS A COMPLETE SHMUCK....AND PROBABLY A TERRIBLE DRIVER....SINCE HE IS BASICALLY UNAWARE OF HIS SURROUNDINGS WHILE ON TWO FEET
2tires from ILLINOIS
Good Samaritans in Arkansas
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
I hope that this does not violate any Platewire.com rules.
I was coming home from a trip to Eureka Springs, AR on my motorcycle, traveling Arkansas Hwy 23 South in a section known as the "Pig Trail" on Sunday, June 24th about 1:00 pm. I broke a cardinal rule of motorcycling in a very sharp turn, I looked where I was going instead of where I wanted to go, and went off the road about 15 feet in some soft ground and grass. The bike and I slid down a drop off and laid over on it's right side. I jumped up, ran to the side of the road and I heard a lady yell "Are You Hurt?" A couple on another bike coming the other way saw me go down and stopped to help. I was shook pretty bad, luckily not hurt much, just nervous as hell, being 450 miles from home and riding alone. They both helped me get my bike started, pushed me and the bike up the embankment out of the mud and muck, get me back on the road, then help me assess the damages and try to gather my wits.
Another couple on a bike stopped, offered me some wet naps to clean up a bit, a badly needed bottle of water, and made sure that I was not hurt, stayed a bit , and then continued riding. The first couple stayed with me while I started straightening out and re-adjusting mirrors, bending things back into shape etc. They even offered to let me go to their house and rest a while. Once they realized that I was calming down, they took off on their way. They even took most of the pieces of my broken windshield with them so I didn’t have to leave the broken pieces of plexiglass on the side of the road. I thanked them over an over. It wasn’t till an hour or so later that I realized in my panic, that I never got their names. I don’t even remember their license plate number.
If anyone knows or hears of a couple from Franklin County, Arkansas, traveling North on Arkansas Highway 23, who helped a guy traveling South on Arkansas Highway 23, riding a Black, 2000, HD Softail with a black/gray suitcase strapped to the rear seat, 12.9 miles North of I-40, Sunday June 24, 2007, about 1:00 pm, please tell them that you read this, how much that I appreciate their help, and to please contact me through this board, username BZR 102 from Louisiana.
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
I hate to use lines from movies, but when I saw you step out of your Blazer, the only thought that came to mind was "Baby, your body's name must be Visa because it's everywhere I want to be".
Please Move to the RIGHT
Friday, January 12, 2007
I wish they AR HWY dept would put up signs saying all SLOW DRIVERS MUST MOVE TO THE RIGHT. This is one of my biggest pet peeves! Why do these people stay in the fast lane while people in the middle and right lanes are passing them like they are standing still???
Won't someone please talk to these people?? Let them know the law?????
School Bus - Star City,AR
Friday, December 29, 2006
A speeding Star City, AR school bus # 42-3-17 ran a RED light. Date: 12/28/2006 Time: 6:15PM Location: University Ave and I-630. The Star City school bus was heading north on University Ave, The 630 exit light turned green but no-one advice forward because of the speeding School bus, which then ran its RED light. The school bus continue speeding north on University Ave, turning west on Markham St. Then pull into the Park Plaza Mall parking lot. * * * Let us hope the children got home safety * * *.
Thursday, December 28, 2006
I wish drivers that are not going to do the speed limit would drive in the slow lane. That is one of the problems with Arkansas drivers, along with not being able to merge. If you are not able to drive the speed limit then stay on the access roads or in the slow lane and don't cause traffic to pile up behind you. The highways in Arkansas are bad enough without help from slow drivers wanting to be the passing lane constantly.