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Web site warns of new UK Jahou speed system

It's speed cameras, you see, and it can issue 60K tickets an hour

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A system devised by ICL is now in operation on major motorways in the UK, with the cops netting 4,300 offenders on a single day, last weekend. The system, which is operating on both the M25 London ring-motorway and the M1, has been hailed as a breakthrough by both the Kent and the Leicestershire cops. Both will implement it soon as a result of the earlier tests. The Speedcheck SVDD uses clever software algorithms to check the speed of a moving vehicle, 24 hours a day. The system has been tested on UK freeway the M20 as well. There is, apparently, a lot of difficulty circumventing the new ICL system, which cannot be deployed in Central London because cars travel at the speed of former horse and traps. However, as usual, a Web site is there to advise motorists of this new danger to their Jahou tendencies. Go here for further details. ® RegFactOldoid Jahou, AKA Jehu, rode his vehicle at enormous speeds...

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