In North Carolina, it depends. If you are on some sort of hill or curve, if you can get around it before he tries turning the lights on, he can't pull you over. If he tries and you notice the situation, make it a point to make that statement like that. Don't be an ass about it, but let him know that he was coming around a corner, and at 140MPH or whatever he claimed you were going, they could be much farther up by now (considering you hit your brakes right as he got out of sight the first time).
Now, if he turns on his lights right when he sees you, then he's considered in pursuit, and is allowed to make the assumption that it's still you. Most highway officers won't do that unless you're in a high-traffic spot of the road.
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