I don’t recommend you doing this. What’s tailgating? Curtis: Tailgating is following somebody too close. So usually you have to leave a car length in between the car in front of you and your car. And I at that point Amy: Had a very, very bad habit of driving way too close. Curtis: Right. And in between–or I was in between the emergency ambulance vehicle in front of me and a police car behind me.
But I didn’t know it was a police car because it didn’t have the lights. Amy: Oh, it was a ghost car 3. Curtis: It was a ghost car. Amy: Sneaky 4.
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Curtis: Or an unmarked car. An unmarked car. Curtis: And right away, he turned on his lights that were on his dashboard and the front of his car and his siren. And he was mad. Curtis: But I got lucky 5 on that one too.