Pisst... thats not something that you should be admitting to mate. It's on a par with admitting that you're ex RAF Regt.Just as well I'm a traffic officer and not a police occifer.
You're a walking talking psychology case study mate.I am seriously unhinged, I even disagree with the voices in my head that tell me not to walk into fast flowing traffic to retrieve live lane debris. my "sense of humour" is always getting me in trouble with the pink and fluffy brigade at work.
If he sets up an RMP naked bar in Lane three of the M6 in a blizzard when the cones are pointing the wrong way, then we know @BossHogg has lost it.You're a walking talking psychology case study mate.
Our Local lads found an Ocean Going Kayak wedged under the armco today ??I am seriously unhinged, I even disagree with the voices in my head that tell me not to walk into fast flowing traffic to retrieve live lane debris. my "sense of humour" is always getting me in trouble with the pink and fluffy brigade at work.
About 10 percent error. More with incorrectly inflated tyres or non-standard wheels.Years ago, one of my engineers was fuming, having been to Deeside. He was pinged twice on the same day doing 31 and 32 in a 30 zone.
My concern with setting the speed camera threshold so tight is: How accurate are cars' speedometers? You might think you're doing under the limit, but maybe you're a mile an hour over.
I dunno what's worst here bud, your imagined scenario, or the fact that you would give a monkey the time of day!
Apologies. Not all users of the motorway are morons. Notable exceptions include ourselves.I have to go out on patrol.
Not true. The side-mounted yellow cameras are HADECS3 cameras. Before that, there were surprisingly few cameras out there, far fewer in fact than people realise. I know because I was told the actual number by an HA engineer. The signs were just a bluff.The more modern ones are mounted on the nearside gantry leg as you describe and are quite noticeable but only by day.
Older ones are mounted over each lane, those tend to not be painted yellow and are on the back of the gantry structure, so a bit tricky to spot.
Wack the cruise control on and the jobs a good 'un.