I’ll admit, I’m sort of puzzled by this one. This dashcam video was shot by a driver in Clifton, NJ, and it seems pretty unremarkable, just a guy driving behind a police car in good weather and fairly light traffic, at speeds of around 25 MPH or so. Then the police car brake-checks the driver. Why?
Go ahead and watch the video there so we can all be on the same page. The dashcam is giving the speed, which looks reasonable for the area and weather. The distance the driver is behind the cop – ostensibly the reason all this happened in the first place – really doesn’t strike me as all that terrible.