In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Now Natalie's parents say they are hopeful surveys currently being carried out by road safety officials on the road will prove it meets the criteria for the installation of a speed camera on the 30 mph road.
- Statistically, uninsured drivers are a far more serious threat to road safety than those otherwise law-abiding motorists that are caught fractionally above the limit by a speed camera.
- The possibility of a speed camera was also discussed by the parish council, but members felt it could be difficult to get such a device up and running.
- A decision will then be made as to whether the road fulfils the criteria for a speed camera.
- A speed camera will only penalise drivers taking a chance to overtake a slow-moving vehicle if, during overtaking, they accidentally exceed the limit while passing as quickly and efficiently as possible.
- A few days before the tragedy the Nissan was caught on a speed camera in Princess Parkway, near the Mersey Bank estate at Chorlton, heading towards the M56.
- The usual speed limits apply, but I did not see one speed camera in all of the miles I covered.
- It behaves like a driver who only slows down when there's a speed camera in sight.
- A new speed camera which had gone into service on the A6 near Clophill has been destroyed by fire, and arson is suspected.
- The days of the sneaky speed camera are over in Greater Manchester - today the location of every single camera in the area is revealed.
- Marked and unmarked police cars, a speed camera and police motorcyclists will combine to enforce the new restrictions.
- One of the most obvious examples of this is that much-maligned, but increasingly common piece of street furniture, the speed camera.
- Be careful when he abruptly becomes as obedient as a schoolboy in following the speed limit, by suddenly applying his brake upon sight of a speed camera.
- ‘With the privatisation of speed cameras more motorists will be caught,’ said the source.
- Worse still, some may have been banned and lost their livelihood, all because of a ‘mistake’ about the siting of a speed camera.
- In the past few months, a speed camera has been erected at the corner and the intersection has been altered.
- Suddenly he saw a speed camera at the side of the road, checked his speedometer and slammed his foot on the brake.
- The council will not be satisfied until every road is either a 20 mph limit, has a speed hump or a speed camera, or all three!
- A new speed camera was cut down by a driver with a chainsaw before it had even been switched on.
- If you know there is a speed camera in a particular place, you will slow down.
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