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speeder

1. n. a speeding ticket. The cop that gave Mary a speeder Wednesday gave her another one Friday.
2. n. an amphetamine or methamphetamine tablet, capsule, or ampoule. (see also speed.) Somebody dropped some speeders on the floor of the car, and my father spazzed out.
3. and speedster n. a user of amphetamines or methamphetamine; a person who is hyperactive from amphetamine use. (Drugs.) That kid is really hyped up—must be a speeder. The speedsters can seem crazy when they’re on a run.
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THE 12 FASTEST SPEEDERS CAUGHT IN 2014 1= 146mph M25 nr J5.
This is significantly more than the uplift for a female speeder six months ago (up by 13.
She said police felt that the idea would be an extra deterrent to speeders and help save lives.
The present standard pounds 60 fines will RISE to pounds 100 for six-point speeders - and DROP to pounds 40 for a two-point offender.
Autovision is also ideal for recording the details of extreme speeders - those travelling more than 30mph above the speed limit.
That's the Doppler effect, and it also occurs for electromagnetic radiation, enabling police to catch speeders with radar guns and astronomers to determine distances to stars.
joins the list of cities using photo radar to catch speeders.
A police spokesman said: "The party is over for speeders on Loch Lomond.
Two cameras will be placed on Veterans Drive S to monitor speeders and red-light runners in each direction, according to Chief Parker.
Reckless motorists and serial speeders in Dubai now have a chance to repent under a new 'white points' scheme.
Overton residents, near Wrexham, said they were being plagued by speeders and want action to protect the village.
TruTV's hit show SPEEDERS lists the most outrageous excuses they've heard from people trying to avoid speeding tickets.
Huddersfield has just become the base for the first course to slow speeders down.
Oregon enacted tougher laws in 2006 to penalize excessive speeders.
SPEEDERS in America now face two fines - one for breaking the limit and the second to pay for the petrol of the cops who catch them.