I was cruising at about 80 mph the other night ... There also just happened to not be a single vehicle in front of me as far as I could see ... all the way to 160 mph and I let off the pedal and slightly braked back down to about 75 and the whole thing seemed like it only took about 10 seconds.
I know its not the smartest thing to do..
So let me be the party pooper / voice of sanity...
On what planet is 160mph at night safe on any road?
160mph = approx 1/2 a mile in what seemed like 10 seconds, but I'm guessing was more than 10seconds therefore more than 1/2 a mile travelled during your little thrill ride.
Did it occur to you there might be ANOTHER DUMBFVCK on the road IN FRONT OF YOU with no taillights?
The freeway had lights.
And I'm not disagreeing with you on this not being a good idea.
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