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does a police radar work if their patrol car is in motion, ie clock a car in front of them

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asked Mar 7, 2014 in Civil Rights by anonymous
   

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If patrol car is in motion and a civilian vehicle speeds past them, the patrol car would most likely take a position to point radar gun at specific part of a vehicle for speed detection by pacing their vehicle with civilian vehicle. The patrol vehicle may speed ahead, pull to side and wait for the civilian vehicle to get better speed reading while in a standing still position. The manufacturers of these radar detectors will not be 100% foolproof of a speeder having an upper hand from the law.
answered Mar 8, 2014 by The.Sage Inquisitive Expert (93,460 points)

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