On 9 Apr 2003, Ronan Kirby wrote:
> Next time you meet a Garda, ask when was the last time their speed
> gun was calibrated and wait for the inevitable "huh?".
does that work though? what about the fact that a garda's word now
always overrides that of a civvy in a court of law?
> running beside for a short period. All read rather different speeds,
> with a general diff of about 10% or 11%.
nice. but is their diff usually over or under?
> Anywho, after all that, the point I was trying to make is that speed
> is not something they can measure absolutely. The other option is to
> travel in excess of 173mph and you won't even register on the
> equipment ;o)
> - Ronan
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