Tag: Police

Counterfeit Car Parts Are Often More Profitable Than Drugs And Business Is Booming

A number of automakers are facing chip and part shortages, but the market for counterfeit components is booming. According to Daimler’s head of Legal Product Intellectual Property, Florian Adt, over 1.7 million counterfeit products were confiscated in 2020 and the company supported or initiated more than 550 raids. That’s a slight increase from 2019, which […]

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Drone Target: Police Using UAVs To Catch Bad Drivers And Ticket Them In Poland

When it comes to catching law-breaking drivers, police will use any technology legally and financially available to them. That means as drivers we have to watch out for fixed and mobile cameras, average speed cameras, marked and undercover cars, helicopters and sometimes, as in the case of Missouri state Highway Patrol, even police airplanes timing […]

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Stolen C8 Corvette Destroyed As Thieves Try To Outrun Cops

A C8 Chevrolet Corvette has been destroyed after crashing during a police pursuit in Detroit, Michigan. The incident happened on Wednesday, July 15 after local authorities were alerted to the theft of a 2021 Corvette from a Novi dealership just after 10 a.m. Unbeknownst to the thieves, the car’s On-Star system allowed police to track […]

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Tesla Model 3 Driver Nabbed By The Police Falling Asleep Behind The Wheel For The Third Time

<!––> <!––> The driver of a Tesla Model 3 in Kenosha County, Wisconsin was recently fined after being spotted by police driving down the highway while asleep. It is understood that police received a call about the man sleeping while behind the wheel of the Model 3 and quickly responded. Dashcam footage from one of […]

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Mandatory Speed Limiters Are Coming, And They’ll Be Even Worse Than We Thought

In a move that sounds like something straight out of George Orwell’s dystopian nightmare, 1984, the European Union has declared that all new cars sold in Europe and introduced after 2022 must be fitted with speed limiters. This isn’t news; the decision was made in 2019, but it’s worth revisiting because what seemed like a […]

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