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Speed

1. In mortgage-backed securities, the estimated rate at which homeowners will pay off the underlying mortgages of an MBS. The equivalent of the coupon on a mortgage-backed security is a percentage of the interest and principal paid on the mortgages backing the security. A risk associated with mortgage-backed securities is that too many homeowners will pay off their mortgages with too much speed, depriving the holder of the MBS from future interest payments.
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It also allows for a higher penalty as a strong deterrent against more extreme speeders.
This is later downloaded and will lead to either fixed penalty tickets, or a swift court appearance for extreme speeders.
the numbers of red-light runners and speeders will decrease as drivers become accustomed to the cameras and modify their behavior to avoid citations, according to ATS' Tuton.
Mr Pinder said: "We are trying to highlight the problems we are having with speeders and to get the speed limits looked at and possibly reduced.
Fewer speeders mean fewer collisions, fewer casualties and a reduced administrative burden associated with any subsequent investigation.
The number of 100 mph-plus speeders caught along the 60-mile stretch of I-5 between Cottage Grove and Albany has remained roughly constant during the past three years: 44 in 2005, 48 in 2006 and 47 in 2007.
The whole point of speeders paying for speed cameras is that law abiding citizens don't have to pay and that police time can be freed up for other duties than catching speeding motorists.
There isn't enough space on the roads for speeders.
In the first scheme of its kind in Wales, villagers in St Brides Major have been given a speed detector, luminous yellow vests and notepads and pens to stop the scourge of speeders.
Lightcast Networks announces new models of radar speed boards designed to slow speeders in construction zones, schools zones, church zones, neighborhoods, military bases, airport parking lots and even factories with special forklift safety considerations.
More than two thirds of those who died were under 40, suggesting that the battle to put the brakes on bad drivers is being lost, sparking calls for tougher penalties for speeders.
FURTHER to your headline (DO Monday) regarding speeders.