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Man Takes Harsh Approach to Warn Neighborhood Speeders [POLL]

You’ve heard of the signs that say ‘kids at play,’ or ‘drive slowly,’  but one man from Wayne has taken an interesting approach to handling speeding drivers on his block. 

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The sign warns drivers: “If you hit one of these kids because you are speeding, you will not need a lawyer.” Underneath the text is a picture of a gun. Craig Rovere decided to make the sign after his previous, and milder warning signs were ignored.

Many drivers do ignore the speed limit in residential areas, and it can be harmful, but was the extremeness of this sign necessary? Or could a tamer approach have been taken?

 

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