radar trap

radar trap

n
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radar trap

n (Aut) → multanova ® m
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Watson–Watt had cause to regret his invention when he was caught in a radar trap and fined for speeding while driving in Canada in 1956.
In Britain both satnav fixed camera warnings and radar trap detectors are currently legal.
He flew through a radar trap at more than twice the 75mph speed limit on a motorway near the town of Baza on Wednesday morning.
The author was writing of a colleague, an English expat who had lived for some time in Switzerland, who had inadvertently driven at a prohibited speed through a radar trap.
Pet hates Ken Livingstone, stupidity, chalk-eaters, rudeness, speed cameras, box junction cameras, bus lane cameras, police radar trap sites and people that see no wrong in exploitation.
GOTCHA: Police set up a radar trap on Great Howard Street as part of a speeding blitz that netted 584 offenders Picture: EDDIE BARFORD; HIT: Patrick Hubbock; KILLED: Pauline Paul; DEAD: Laura Swadkins
It warns a motorist if a radar trap is in operation ahead.
The police condemn them and argue that drivers should obey speed limits at all times, not merely when a device senses a radar trap.
A POLICE force was accused yesterday of persecuting motorists by setting up a mobile radar trap alongside a derelict works with no houses or schools nearby.
When PC Jon Odell died after being hit by a car in Margate, Kent on Tuesday he was one of a team of seven officers - yes, seven - involved with just one radar trap. The time was after midnight.