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1 minute ago, Dr. O. R. Vet said:

Maybe so......but I'd like to see one o them planes make a traffic stop!

That plane is a helicopter. That is also one of the first photoshopped internet sensations right there. The original photo showed the whole chopper.

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New Mexico State Police used to use A/C to clock speeders on the interstate. We would time a vehicle between 2 measured points and if if the vehicle was speeding we would radio down to a marked unit with the speed and vehicle description. I don't know if they still do that, but when you stopped the target vehicle and told them they are clocked by an aircraft you got some confused looks. It was fun.

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On 2/22/2019 at 9:53 AM, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

Have you ever known someone killed or crippled by a speeder?

Fortunately, no.  And it's generally conceded around here that the "real" speed limit is anything less than 10 mph over the posted speed limit.  Technically speeding.  I do it regularly, subject to conditions, and I pay attention.  But I see your point.

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He rides a big ole Harley, got a Mustang GT

And a Bell helicopter hidden in the pine trees

If he catches you for speedin', it's ten years to life

And if you protest he takes your first born child, your house, and your wife

 

They call him Dudley Do-Right but that's not his real name

Toughest highway cop from California to Maine

He hides back in the bushes with the latest radar

Take your picture, then he'll catch you, in his modified car

His heart's hard as concrete, and his blood is ice cold

He's  Dudley Do-Right of the Highway Patrol

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On 2/22/2019 at 9:47 AM, Tascosa, SASS# 24838 said:

New Mexico State Police used to use A/C to clock speeders on the interstate. We would time a vehicle between 2 measured points and if if the vehicle was speeding we would radio down to a marked unit with the speed and vehicle description. I don't know if they still do that, but when you stopped the target vehicle and told them they are clocked by an aircraft you got some confused looks. It was fun.

 

Still used in Ontario.

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