It's important to distinguish controlled speeding from uncontrolled speeding. Controlled speeding is done by an experienced driver, who knows his car well, and only speeds when the conditions lead themselves to a bit of a go. What's dangerous, is an inexperienced driver with a heavy right foot who decides to go for a blast during rush hour, weaving in and out of traffic, with the notion of invincibility. Absolute controlled speeding will only exist on a track, but you can easily take out some of the dangerous variables associated with speeding. Stay alert, and only give it a go during times of low traffic density, on roads you know well, where you know there are no blind turns, hidden driveways, pedestrians or bikers.
As a car enthusiast who loves to drive, you've probably felt the carpeting below your gas pedal once or twice. Be sure to read tomorrow's article on how to stealth your car from the fuzz. I'll talk about some of the best and affordable radar and laser detectors, laser jammers, laser absorbent paint, and license plate reflectors, along with some other, more secretive cop evading strategies and gadgets.