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Hi My son was pulled over for speeding. The police said that he was doing 55mph in a 30mph limit so would be referred to court. My son is adamant that he was not doing 55mph inside. The police statement says they were standing approximately 300m inside the 30mph zone. We have measured where they said they were standing and it is only 242 metres inside the zone. They have sent a photo of the reading on the hand held device - besides the mph it also says 248.2 m which we assume is how far the reader was from the car when zapped? which would mean my son was outside of the 30mph when zapped. Should he plead not guilty? He is within 2 years of taking his test so if he is given 6 points we think he automatically loses his licence? Thanks in advance
"They turn 18 this year, but the grown-up Laser cards will find themselves off the market in a number of days. From midnight on 28 February, you won’t be able to use your Laser card, as the cards are being replaced by Visa and MasterCard debit cards. The Irish Payment Services Oranisation (IPSO) said today that if you try to use a Laser card after 28 February, you’ll get an error message only. What about if your Laser card is signed up for a recurring payment or subscription? IPSO says that retailers that currently accepting Laser cards for such transactions should make arrangements with their customers to organise an alternative payment method. If you’re a business owner or manager, you’re advised to alert your staff members that Laser cards cannot be accepted from midnight on 28 February." http://uk.news.yahoo.com/18-years-wave-goodbye-laser-cards-105830606.html#6UvK3tH