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  Reply # 1204355 27-Dec-2014 09:02
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Give everyone traveling above the designated speed limit a ticket - period!

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  Reply # 1204357 27-Dec-2014 09:07
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That's a lot of gps to fit in every registered car in NZ.

Wait a minute ... That means unlicensed unregistered cars can go as fast as they want ...




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  Reply # 1204503 27-Dec-2014 14:49
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joker97: That's a lot of gps to fit in every registered car in NZ.

Wait a minute ... That means unlicensed unregistered cars can go as fast as they want ...


Would save more lives than all those "Terror" legislation/;aws recently passed though.  :-)


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