Legality Of Aircraft For Speeding

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Squishy wrote:Not according to the province. :lol:

Maybe if you set it on cruise then crawled into the trunk.


Might have forgot, driving a motor vehicle, while not in the drivers seat??


But the driver jumped out....now rolling on the pavement back there.....didn't want the speeding ticket from that dem dar arrowplane. :lol:

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On that tangent, what will happen to the law when self-driven vehicles based on dGPS technology come out? 8)

What kind of a man would put a known criminal in charge of a major branch of government? Apart from, say, the average voter.
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FiReSTaRT wrote:On that tangent, what will happen to the law when self-driven vehicles based on dGPS technology come out? 8)

Been awhile, how was the honeymoon?

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FiReSTaRT wrote:On that tangent, what will happen to the law when self-driven vehicles based on dGPS technology come out? 8)

The legislature will debate on it until the end of parliamentary session, then on the next session they will decide that it is not safe enough (just like electric cars), despite data from elsewhere. Someone then will bring up the issue again, when Guvernment Motors will make that car, and the legality of such cars will be approved, along with a $5000 rebate.

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