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Apologies for the image quality. Cell phone cameras; what can you do?
Submitted by a regular reader - and yes, the shooter WAS stopped when this was taken.
Posted at 04:18 PM in A tester's life, Current Affairs, Driving habits, Environment | Permalink
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My first reaction to this picture was "Look at that moron without headlights on that cloudy day when all the others have them on". Then I thought "Hmmm, maybe he's the only one who shut off his engine" from what appears to be a few minutes of fuel-wasting, emission-spewing idling. Give that person a gold star.
Mike T. |
June 11, 2009 at 05:02 PM
That looks to be a late-model Honda Accord or Nissan Altima coupe (hard to tell with the resolution - could be a BMW 6-Series!) any of which would at least have Daytime Running Lights, so let's give the driver the benefit of the doubt and assume the car is switched off.
Of course it could be a US car - again, hard to see the plate. Wish I had one of those CSI computers which can magically turn a blurry surveillance video into High-Def at the touch of a mouse...
June 11, 2009 at 06:38 PM
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