Re: Pace Clocking for Speeding?
Originally Posted by MWM
Has anyone ever gotten "pace clocked" and given a ticket before?
I'm not THAT old, but I do remember the pre-radar gun days where "pacing" was the most common way to determine speed. They basically match your speed for a period of time. Sometimes you will see white lines oriented left to right on highway, these are used for pacing too. The lines are a fixed distance apart (say 1/4 or 1/2 mile) and they time you to determine your speed. They often did this with airplanes and would radio a car on the ground. Radar detectors obviously won't help you here.
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