Finally some sense about this issue. If you don't want to be caught speeding, don't speed. It is that simple and easy, unless you want to pay voluntary tax.
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- I'm generally in favor of speeding fines and all that. It's only when the penalty kicks in within the margin of error of a speedometer and measuring device that I think is questionable.Jan 18, 2015
- I think that most manufacturers make the the speedometer read a few km/h higher, then they actually are, for this reason. If you are worried that you are within the margin of error, slow down a couple of km/h. The posted speed is the limit, not the recommended speed.Jan 18, 2015
- Yes, I do know that. :-P It's actually something I'm more concerned about with cruise control. I can set it at, say, 98 and sometimes I'll be 105 or 108 before it'll kick in to slow me down (usually down hill). It annoys me - I should be able to rely on a properly set speed on CC without worrying about tickets.Jan 18, 2015
- Good point about cruise control. I don't often drive a car with cruise control, so not something I have thought of. There is quite a bit of variation with how cruise control operates as well.Jan 19, 2015
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