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n. street slang for methamphetamine, a drug in a chrystaline form which supposedly stimulates the senses, is popular with some illicit drug users, and is addictive. It smells bad, has serious unhealthy side effects, and its possession, use and sale without a prescription are all crimes. (See: narcotics, controlled substance)

See: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, help, organize, precipitate, promote, race
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This is a new type of mobile speed gun which can capture your car speeding up to a mile away.
Speeding reduces a driver's ability to navigate safely around curves or objects in the roadway.
You have to be speeding at least 10% of the limit plus 2mph, to get caught - FALSE (ISH) The law states that a driver can receive a speeding ticket as soon as they exceed the speed limit on a road, even if that is only by 1mph.
In reality, the do-gooders will keep on convincing themselves that prosecuting vehicles will actually stop the speeding drivers.
Based on responses from2,026 drivers, the survey also showed: p 21% of drivers believe speed limits are too low9% do not know the national speed limitp 17% find it too hard to keep to the limit; p 3% say that they see speedlimits as a target to reach; p 24% think speed limits should be lower around schoolsp Around 60% reckon speeding is more acceptable than drink or drug driving Darren McCauley, head of car insurance at Churchill, said: "It can be easy to fall into bad driving habits and let speeding become the norm."
On residential streets where low speeds are desirable and strict enforcement is impractical, alternatives to reduce speeding such as speed humps may be necessary.
This March, Americans were outraged to see the videotape of Los Angeles police officers beating Rodney King-an episode that began with a simple speeding violation.
Between 2012 and 2016, the most recent data available, there were 97,256 speeding related casualties, the equivalent of 53 people injured every day.
The percentage of crashes that were related to speeding exceeded the statewide average in 13 of the 34 corridors in the study.
MORE than four out of every five motorists are speeding on some of Huddersfield's busiest roads.
On motor ways 57% of cars were guilty of speeding last year, compared with an average 55% between 1998 and 2002.