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Speed Limit enforced by aircraft?

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posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 12:51 PM
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Speed Limit enforced by aircraft?


Nothing new. 'bears in the air' have been a fact since the late 1960s when police helicopters timed automobile speed by markers on the roadway. If you went between Point A and Point B too quickly, they had you and your tag (via binoculars) dead to rights.

But... I do suppose that drones will eventually be used for this duty in places where traffic conditions are most dangerous or there is a municipality in need of revenue...




posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by LightSpeedDriver
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Here in Holland they had radar detectors (illegal) to detect the speed cameras on the ground. The police then came out with a radar detector detector to pull over drivers and force them to give it up. Is having a police scanner in your possession legal? I'm not a driver so pretty clueless about these kinds of laws.


Some newer radar detectors have radar detector detector detectors. No that wasnt a typo and I didnt studder. The devise the police use is called a VG2. And if you have a certain types of detecto,r it will power down and go into a "cloaking" mode when it detects a cop's radar detector detector.

I know because I have one.
and it talks. Gotta love technology.



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