My first ever International Rally was great! Thanks to all the organizers for a job well done and a big hello to all the forum folks I met through the weekend and in the Beer Tent.
Bugs have been washed off my ride, sleeping bag aired out, and riding gear cleaned and put away until the next ride. The last task to take care of is the $91 'welcome to Spokane' greeting I received from a WA LEO in the middle of a wheat field on Hwy 2 going into Spokane. I was made the 'example' and cited for doing '70+' in a 60 mph zone.
Can someone please explain how out-of-state citations affect your driving/riding record? Does WA have an on-line traffic school program where I can work off any 'points' I may have received from this citation?
This one encounter with the LEO didn't put too much of a damper on my rally experience. Everyone else I met in Spokane was great!
Thanks in advance for any advice/input.