British Law Prohibits Intelligence Officers From Speeding
In other words, a real life James Bond could be pulled over for driving over 30 miles an hour in a city. This is changing now — if spies take a high-speed driving course.
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Greene, David Greene. Just doing my James Bond there. A lot of things in those movies not so realistic. Could those gadgets really do that? Is any man really that suave? Well, here's a reality check that you might not expect. Actual British law prohibits intelligence officers from speeding.
In other words, a real life Bond could be pulled over for driving over 30 miles an hour in a city. This is changing now - if spies are willing to take a high-speed driving course. Aston Martin not required. It's MORNING EDITION.
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