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Originally posted by Jgordon
"It's not their job to enforce the law," he said. "Their speedometer might say they're doing 55 m.p.h., but how do they know? They may actually be going slower."

This from the governing body that refuses to hear possibilities about how a driver might not have been going as fast as the cop said he was.
Yeah, enforcement seems to want it both ways, don't they? I agree speed enforcement is as much about revenue as it is about safety. I "calibrate" my speedometer off of the radar signs they place in various vicinities, but I've always wondered how accurate they are.
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Old 01-06-2004, 10:00 AM
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