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Old 22 March 2006, 18:11   #31
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Don't speed any more? Are you sure?
Im absolutely sure - too much risk - one more strike and im out - im on the road for 30-40,000 miles a year travelling to do my job if i loose my license it will be catastrophic for me - I always find the 50mph motorway roadworks are the hardest and now a lot of them are 40mph !!! Only way I survive is to kick in the cruise control so that I dont accidentally drift above the speed limit and get stung by a camera...
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Old 22 March 2006, 18:57   #32
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Roycruse, on the plus side, that relaxation will do yer heart good. Don't fall asleep though.
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Old 23 March 2006, 05:42   #33
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Are you trying to say that drink driving laws have not reduced the number of alcohol related deaths on the roads.

I for one know loads of people who would drink and drive if it were legal.

Get real...
The deaths have been cut but the number of offenders has increased,it's certinally not down to an increase in policing, so work it out.
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Old 23 March 2006, 06:04   #34
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Going back to a previous point of falling asleep at the wheel, unless its happened to you, you'll never truly know how fast it is. As sleep researches have found falling asleep with the emphasis on falling is pretty quick. Add drink and you are sailing close to the wind.
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