p.s, have a '' bump and the ''read out'' can be called as evidance in a court of law..............AT LOW RISK ........... a solid green light.
At moderate risk.......... a solid yellow light.
at high risk ........ a solid red light..
perform a moderate risk event,,,, will flash yellow.
perform a high risk event ,,,,,,,will flash red.
over speed,,,,,, red light.
yes you can be ''done'' for speeding, due to the fact , ''you'' have broke the jsp '' drivers standing orders'' agai etc.
p.s your brigade WILL inform your parent unit..............
always happy to help.......
Things can't calibrate themselves to a legally admissible standard - they need to be checked against a reference. If the internal clock was sufficient - it wouldn't need to recal. But, hey ...solid green and red light.... the system is recalibrating and should reset to a steady green light..............
the ''print out'' will tell you how long you were speeding for.. a fashing yellow light wont record the cat that ran out in front of you !!! or the fuel spilt on the road that you slipt on !!!!!! or the mong that pulled out in front of you ,,,,, get my drift ? speeding tho, your banged to rights ...........................Things can't calibrate themselves to a legally admissible standard - they need to be checked against a reference. If the internal clock was sufficient - it wouldn't need to recal. But, hey ...
And, yes, the "read out" is acceptable - calibrated or not - under the "business records exemption to the hearsay rule". You're not going to convict at criminal law evidential standards on that alone, though.
AGAI action does take place, re, training i.e haz perception etc, ears getting chewed by RSM, MTWO , etc...........The read out/evidence is inadmissible in disciplinary proceedings. Says so on the documentation that accompanies the roll out. Administrative action on the other hand is another matter. AGAI action is feasible but court proceedings etc are not.
I'm fairly certain that they don't use an internal clock, they use the atomic clock signal from the satellites?Things can't calibrate themselves to a legally admissible standard - they need to be checked against a reference. If the internal clock was sufficient - it wouldn't need to recal.
You may be correct, I'm certainly no expert, but if the drivers defence involved questioning the accuracy or calibration of an atomic clock timing signal from a bunch of satellites, I reckon he'd be clutching at straws?It appears to me that you don't understand satellites and GPS fully.
Difficult to apply, no firm (including HMF) can tell you to use your own car and even then the user would need business use insurance etc.I understand that persistant offenders may have their "entitlement" to use white fleet vehicles removed - three interviews without coffee with the CO and then it is back to paying for your own fuel/vehicle depreciation. Anyone that thick deserves to walk everywhere.