How is that possible?

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How is that possible?

by: Junior_Wayyt on
Thu Nov 05, 2009 1:37 am

Hi everybody,
I was driving on highway close to Kenora. The limit was 80 and i was about 100. It was midnight and i saw a cab was coming from opposite way. i saw him that had U turn and followed me for 1km. While he was behind me i was 80 but he pulled me over and told me that my speed was 112 to 115kmh when he was coming from opposite way.
How could it be happen? Is that possible that he can read my speed from opposite way.
Please excuse my poor English.


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by: OPS Copper on
Thu Nov 05, 2009 5:30 am

Yes radar can be used to get the speed of oncoming traffic.

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by: Reflections on
Thu Nov 05, 2009 8:45 am

Junior_Wayyt wrote:Hi everybody,
I was driving on highway close to Kenora. The limit was 80 and i was about 100. It was midnight and i saw a cab was coming from opposite way. i saw him that had U turn and followed me for 1km. While he was behind me i was 80 but he pulled me over and told me that my speed was 112 to 115kmh when he was coming from opposite way.
How could it be happen? Is that possible that he can read my speed from opposite way.
Please excuse my poor English.
The mighty question is when did the officer get your speed. Radar's have a good range to them and it's not always right before you see the officer that your speed was registered.
http://www.OHTA.ca OR http://www.OntarioTrafficAct.com


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