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Petition: Don’t ticket the innocent, keep the 10km/h speed tolerance

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Every motorist has accidentally crept a few km/h over the posted speed limit.  Even using cruise control will see cars drift up when going down a hill.  But the Police have announced that they are introducing a zero tolerance policy that will see thousands of New Zealanders fined for going only one or two kms over the posted limit.  Police Minister Stuart Nash needs to stop this nasty revenue grab.

Petition: The Government and the Police should stick with the 10km/h speed tolerance so that innocent motorists aren't used as cash cows for accidental speed incursions.

Who's signing

Carolyn Brown
Graeme Brown
Stephen Overton
Grant Tullock
Neil Morrow
Garrick Andrews
Guan Rocky
Kent Smith
Tony Stuart
Susanne Smith
Gray Bartlett MBE
Mary Boin
David Ireland
Hans Weekers
Herman Roodt
Dietmar Dyck
Leon Chapman
Willem Pitel
Hobson's Pledge
Bunty Condon
John Leader
11,398 SIGNATURES
20,000 signatures

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