but i will not be resposible for your points and fine . . stopping distances for cars have not really changed much since the good old days of drum brakes and brake fade.or shall we try Ipswich roads Camera same trial ... (indeed Anti-lock brakes have increased braking distances and no one is taught how to use them correctly)LOL Twaddle. Drum brakes are still on the rear of some types of vehicles for the very reason that they are less effective than discs, ensuring that the back end doesn't spin out when you brake hard.
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The speed cameras there are purely revenue (and not job) generators IMOIt does make me smile when everyone breaks and slows down for speed camera then they just speed right back up again after.
If you drive a vehicle that only does 70 you soon see that everyone on the roads ( bar truck drivers and slow moving vehicles etc) break the speed limits.
The AA actually surveyed their members with regard to whether they felt speed cameras are helpful or not in terms of reduction of accident hotspots. The full article can be found on the link below:- ones on the M42 really p155 me off.
I just cannot see how their "active traffic management" eases congestion - it's the opening of the hard shouldr that does that.
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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Whined for by moaning fools who think they are the answer.The good thing about many of these systems is that they also do average speed calculations, so it catches the people who speed up between cameras. some - for example those in Tameside Greater Manchester - are painted a luscious dull green colour, carefully chosen to blend in with the surrounding trees and environment .... or the one in Devon carefully hidden behind the large route information sign on the A30(? Just come back from Touring round Ireland (1600 miles in 4 days ) and i saw ONE speed camera that was on the Dublin Bound M1 motorway Speed limit 120kmh (approx 75 mph) and painted the drab grey ....Apart from that no others but did i see speeding not really ..Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. It was only a matter of time before you saw the light and realised that your opinion was based on no thought. I think we're debating the use of cameras rather than whether speed limits are good or not. If you don't want to read what others have said, then at least become better informed and read the information from the following URL which gives you statistics from different police forces all over the UK.This mantra "speeding is against the law" is not helping in this debate. Especially read the table at the end and you would properly understand the truth about the cameras. stopping distances for cars have not really changed much since the good old days of drum brakes and brake fade.and then back to mainland uk OMG m4 , m25 being tailgated by a large silver mercedes at 75mph im sat there in the outside lane overtaking on a bike with a line of traffic in front of me as the middle lane hogs won't move over to that empty expanse of tarmac to their left and the merc believes he can make more headway than i can ........result = drop speed .... let the fooker go past ( and then filtered his arse in the traffic jams ....