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Re: Fw: ENRADD - Electronic Non Radar Device
along those lines, what hasn't been pointed out in this discussion
(unless it was while i was hatching insidious plots against our southern
brethern), is that strictly the law is usually you can only proceed if
the light turned yellow _while_you_were_in_ the intersection. of course
no one does that, but it's the theory at any rate.
Doug Johnson wrote:
> wait, wait, WAIT....
> Why more rear-enders???
> The light turns yellow and everyone stops for
> the forthcoming red light.
> Just as we're supposed to. Where is the problem
> with obeying the law?
> If you're in such a hurry, leave home earlier...
> - Doug
> -----Original Message-----
> From: PlyBoyDoct@aol.com <PlyBoyDoct@aol.com>
> To: IsuzuG@prodigy.net <IsuzuG@prodigy.net>;
> firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Date: Sunday, July 25, 1999 12:28 PM
> Subject: Re: ENRADD - Electronic Non Radar
> |In a message dated 7/25/99 9:51:18 AM Pacific
> Daylight Time,
> |IsuzuG@prodigy.net writes:
> |> I am not opposed to policemen watching
> intersections, and pulling violators
> |> who actually committed a crime, in fact I
> feel this would be a far more
> |> productive use of their time than catching
> |I have to agree with this post 100%. Our Govt.
> is mostly talking about how
> |much money they will make and not really
> looking at the issues. I feel that,
> |yes, less people will be running red lights
> with the cameras, but there WILL
> |be more rear enders from people who tailgate
> and the people who miscounted
> |and had to slam on the brakes hard. So what
> next? Setup cameras for the
> |tailgaters near a intersection? More tax
> payers money and more unnessary
> |tickets that don't help the community. JMHO.
> |Jason C
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