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speeder

1. A person who drives over the speed limit. The police have announced a statewide crackdown on speeders. Someone who feels drowsy behind the wheel is just as accident prone as a speeder.
2. slang Any drug that acts as a stimulant, especially amphetamine or methamphetamine. My drinking had gotten so bad that I was snorting speeders throughout the day just to be able to function at work. She downed a speeder, cranked up the heavy metal, and set to worked on the welding.

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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Each speeder will be packed with technology, including state-of-the-art collision avoidance systems and software to manage power delivery and battery efficiency.
The company says it will create different versions of the Speeder under the ultralight and recreational categories, so individuals can essentially fly without a license.
Ledbetter said he's been a fan of "Speeders" for some time, but he was apprehensive about his chance to appear on camera after traffic team Sgt.
She said police felt that the idea would be an extra deterrent to speeders and help save lives.
Dubbed "Speeder," the compact, easy-to-fly computer stabilized vehicle is the size of a standard motorcycle and delivers unprecedented speed, lift and safety.
Contract award notice: : service and repair of road speeders and roller
Police clocked over 13,000 traffic offences islandwide between October 2 and November 1, just over 6,000 of which were for speeding, which works out on average at 200 speeders a day.
TWO drivers clocked doing 146mph on the M25 in Kent topped a list of motorway speeders last year.
Reckless motorists and serial speeders in Dubai now have a chance to repent under a new 'white points' scheme.
The findings also point to insurance premiums rising faster for female speeders than for their male counterparts.
The result has been a crackdown on the speeders with tickets given to 30 motorists caught speeding through the road's 30mph zone during a weekend operation.
I've got a message for all these speeders: Leave your houses earlier, stick to the speed limit and you will get where you want to be without endangering law-abiding drivers like myself.
But no tickets were issued as UK police say it's too expensive to trace foreign speeders once they've gone home.
Oregon enacted tougher laws in 2006 to penalize excessive speeders. Driving a vehicle over 100 mph carries a mandatory 30- to 90-day license suspension and a $1,100 fine.
The good news for speeders under the proposed changes is that those exceeding speed limits of 40mph and above by only a few mph will escape with just two points.