Here's the envelope the certification paper for the speedo came in.
This is so cool. I expect a flurry of blumos showing up with reproduction envelopes lying around!
It's hard to makeout the details in the pics, but they gave us a good tease. I have a wand scanner that I take around with me to events that might have some good documents to scan, so maybe we can scan it at CEVS one year. Don't worry: if you're willing, we'll find a way to get them scanned!
Post by fordjockey on Jan 16, 2013 16:02:14 GMT -5
Certifications were used in court to testify in speeding cases, especially in one where the officer paced the offender vehicle. It allowed him to testify to the accuracy of the speedometer. California HP didn't use radar back then, it came in later. Radar today is also required to be certified on a regular basis, the newer cars still come with speedo calibrations.