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At all times the prevailing speed limit is located at the 12 o'clock position on the dial – or top dead centre.

At the same time, the calibration of the speedo changes as the car approaches the speed limit so that the graduations are more widely spaced and therefore more accurate.

The driver requires only a quick glance to see if he or she is driving under or over the limit, and an increasing band of red also alerts the driver when exceeding the speed limit.

Before such a breakthrough concept can be introduced to the real world, governments and road authorities would need to introduce transponders that would send out the appropriate signal for cars to receive.

LMAOOOOOOOOOO i think i hate it, you cant speed with this thing

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You can still speed in it, it just make the current speed limit for the transponder zone your in at the 12o'clock postions and gives you a visible indication that your speeding as you can see a red line appear as the needle moves past the speed limit.

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