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Petaluma Police Department has set up a

2023-01-23 19:55:02.686571+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

The Petaluma Police Department has set up a challenge. I didn't stand out there long enough to record a high score.

(Description: 15 MPh recommended curve speed warning sign next to a speed radar sign trailer with a 30 MPH speed limit, displaying 30.)

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#Comment Re: Petaluma Police Department has set up a made: 2023-01-23 20:21:34.746575+01 by: markd

30 + 15 = 45, so I recommend folks try for 45.

#Comment Re: Petaluma Police Department has set up a made: 2023-01-26 23:21:10.081087+01 by: brainopener

That's clearly 30 MPH at a 15 degree turn.

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