Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Car:Rating Bad Drivers

Marking Bad Drivers For Tickets
 
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This is a way to catch those bad or reckless drivers by ordinary citizens. Every vehicle would have a small computer installed. Those drivers who would like to participate would pay for a special electronic tag marking "gun" which when pointed at a reckless vehicle would emit a marking "tag" in that vehicle's computer. When a set number of tags are logged into a vehicle's computer (say 10 tags for example), it would send out a signal that could be detected by Law Enforcement vehicles. The tagged vehicle would then be given a general "traffic nuisance" citation. Three traffic nuisance tickets in a 6 month period, the driver's license is suspended. To avoid missuse of the marking guns, a fee (say $20) would be billed each time the gun is used to tag a vehicle and a yearly limit could also be set.
paulspudman, Nov 10 2003

Car-Ma http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/Car-Ma
pretty similar to this idea by [Eeyore] [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       This is really really terrible ... FINALLY a way to stereotype people that the police will pay attention to aswell ... I already get this in my area as I ride a sportbike ... I really can't say enough foul things about this idea, sorry [-]
Letsbuildafort, Nov 10 2003
  

       "...a fee (say $20) would be billed each time the gun is used..."
Which reduces the odds a poor person could afford to. Meanwhile, the Hilton sisters finish off this week's trust fund deposit by driving around L.A. zapping cars just for the fun of it.
phoenix, Nov 10 2003
  

       I could only endorse this idea if the "no panties" part were mandatory
normzone, Nov 10 2003
  

       I thought the Ohio license plate pretty much told the story...
RayfordSteele, Nov 10 2003
  
      
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