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Hi, I am currently undergoing Advanced Driving lessons with the IAM. My question is to any Road policing bobbies that can spare a few minuets to inform/educate and possibility correct what I have been told? Motor Vehicles are celebrated by manufacture to under-compensate actual driving speed, and never over. Does that mean' if for instance: I were to be driving and my on-board speedometer read speed at 33 and in actual effect I was driving at 30mp. Would a person (in theory) receive a ticket and be committing an offence. Also should a road camera be set under as a car is? Many help on this by any Traffic would be appiceated Tom
thomas richards replied to Techie1's topic in UK Police/Crime NewsWhy don't you get a promotion and then you will get top pay, by looking into staff like you, dead easy?!