Kinda curious as to what kind of treatment we can expect to get from law enforcement in Da UP during the rally. We took a family vacation during the 4th of July week in 2005 hitting the Porcupine Mountains and then heading to Mackinaw Island for a couple of days. Extremely high number of police with radars out on the highways and most of the cars we saw pulled over had out of state tags. Sections of the state highways have a slow moving traffic lane periodically which close back down to two lanes after a few miles. A favorite tactic seemed to be for the squads to wait near the end of the stretches where the highway goes back to two lanes and picking off the fast movers. I was piloting the family minivan so we had many chances to watch packs of cars fly by and then see them lined up a few miles later getting 'awards'. Rarely did we see the cars
with Michigan tags in those groups & they were well represented in the fast mover packs. Any thoughts on whether rally goers will be getting any special attention?
Disclaimer: I'm not a speed racer type and in over 33 years driving/riding in the US and Europe I've only gotten one 'go fast award' given whilst I was passing. I'm also NOT advocating speeding or reckless driving.
There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe, and it has a longer shelf life.