I saw this promoted headline on the NZ Herald site "Why Cab Drivers Can Never Get a Speeding Ticket".
The headline intrigued me and while knowing promoted articles are usually not worth reading I decided to have gander. I had to find out what was so special about cab drivers.
Well the real headline on the linked article was With This New Advanced Radar Detector, You Will Never Get a Traffic Ticket Again. Hardly anything to do with cab drivers specifically.
The article it self was obviously based on a generic article but customised for New Zealand. Well actually a very poor attempt at customisation. The article contained references to terms we don't use e.g. citations, miles instead of kilometres, National Motorist Association, talked about speeding tickets affecting insurance premiums which isn't the case in new Zealand, and poor grammar showing the article was probably written by someone who spoke English as a second language.
While I'm not debating the merits (or lack there of) of a radar detector, I wonder how the promoters of articles like this think they will gain any credibility regarding the merits of their product if they cannot get some of the basics right.