From: "Frank Bemelman"
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Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks - Thanks Fred!
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 09:55:17 +0100
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"Anthony Q. Bachler" schreef in bericht
> If it saves even one life because some socially retarded moron didnt
> his 'good buddies' system, then yes, Ill answer nothing but questions
> connecting batteries to led's for the rest of my life if thats what it
While we need to draw the line somewhere, it doesn't help to draw
For instance, the profile on your tires, when new, is about 7mm.
Here in the Netherlands, you can get a fine if the profile gets
below 2mm. Below this depth, we consider the tyres too risky,
car may skid, or tyres may burst spontaneously.
Every mm less profile increase the chance of aqua-planing, skidding,
causing (more) lethal accidents.
Do you replace your tyres, every 3 months ?
You can ask the same questions regarding maximum allowed speed.
For each percent off, you save a life. Even if the maximum
speed was 3km/hour, there would still be deadly accidents to
Even the guy that drives drunk is a 'product' of our own
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