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I guess the really sad part about that is Dude is in Jail tell June. Who is going to tape American Idol for him?
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Is there a difference between speeding with the fear of getting caught, and speeding without? I'm pretty sure no matter how I look at it your still speeding...Police say the use of the detectors encourages dangerous driving as people could speed without fear of being caught
".....in honour of the last American hero to whom speed means freedom of the soul. The question is not when's he gonna stop, but who is gonna stop him...."
Wait, I thought lazars made RDs obsolete? What are they worried about?
Spectra?Last month, Police Minister David Campbell announced fifty highway patrol cars in NSW would be fitted out with high-tech devices capable of uncovering cars fitted out with radar detectors.
Mr Campbell said the police devices cost $4000 each.
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StiDriver still going for $500 though right?Mr Campbell said the police devices cost $4000 each. The radar detectors themselves can be bought for less than $400.
I love the use of "headquarters" as though it is a more coordinated and advanced network management than the PD themselves.
The move shows that, 21 years after radar detectors were banned from being sold or used in NSW, motorists are still flouting the law by buying the devices over the internet.They're really failing at upholding the laws there, hope they do a better job with more serious crimes.Police say the use of the detectors encourages dangerous driving as people could speed without fear of being caught.