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They're always left on at the local patrol base. Maybe they think they're f**king with us.
 

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That's hilarious lol. What's common behaviour now, do many still leave their radars running pretty much the whole time?
Here in Christchurch, the cops regularly leave their radar guns on, a lot of it is presumably because we have a large radar userbase in regards to boy racers, and those who travel the 4 aves of the CBD on weekends. Almost without fail every Friday morning, there is a cop that parks near a coffee shop on a main road in Christchurch and leaves his radar on.

We also get a lot of chance to test our laser capability on Friday and Saturday nights, as the local police are starting to get more and more accustomed to using a Laser gun, and having another officer ready in another car to chase anyone breaking the limit. It's meant a lot more fines for those using sub-par radar products, however this has also meant that good radars are a big target for thieves to make a quick buck.
 

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Here in Christchurch, the cops regularly leave their radar guns on, a lot of it is presumably because we have a large radar userbase in regards to boy racers, and those who travel the 4 aves of the CBD on weekends. Almost without fail every Friday morning, there is a cop that parks near a coffee shop on a main road in Christchurch and leaves his radar on.

We also get a lot of chance to test our laser capability on Friday and Saturday nights, as the local police are starting to get more and more accustomed to using a Laser gun, and having another officer ready in another car to chase anyone breaking the limit. It's meant a lot more fines for those using sub-par radar products, however this has also meant that good radars are a big target for thieves to make a quick buck.
Wow, that sounds pretty hard core, the police down there sound pretty serious!
 

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Wow, that sounds pretty hard core, the police down there sound pretty serious!
Police (and residents alike) seem to have a tough time coming to terms with the sheer amount of people that use the 4 aves every weekend. Almost every weekend the Police seem to be trying a new idea to try and curb them, and every weekend they do as they please.

I don't mind them finding an outlet, it's probably not the greatest being in the central city, but it does make it convenient for people keen on radar like myself to get some valuable testing time in without privately owning a Laser gun!
 

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