August 2011
Motor;Aug2011, p124
The article comments on the use of cooper automobiles by New South Wales police. It is commented that putting police patrols into Mini Coopers would be funny. It is stated that nobody in Australia habitually drives faster than 70mph. The article suggests some super-advanced driver training for police which is not given at the St Ives training centre.


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