Slowing down. What would you think of a driver that went the speed limit until they hit a red light and then slammed on the brakes?
Q16.2) What is the LEGO lamp used for? A) Many things including: 1) Decoration. 2) Debugging aid. Much like you would use a beep in your program to indicate whether the code actually got to a particular point, you could tell the light to light instead. 3) Used in combination with a light sensor and pulley wheel you can have a makeshift second rotation sensor. 4) Something nobody has thought of, but will revolutionize FLL. Q16.3) Are lubricants allowed? A) No. It is quite explicit in the rules that lubricants are NOT allowed. Be aware that many lubricants will attack the plastic used in LEGO elements, rendering your robot a horrible mess. If you are trying to reduce friction on an axle bearing, design the support properly. An axle supporting the weight of a robot should not pass through just one beam. Q16.4) There is a rule against stickers and the like on the robot. What can I legally do to mark ownership of major LEGO parts? A) The ban on stickers was instituted to prevent their use a
- Slowing down. What would you think of a driver that went the speed limit until they hit a red light and then slammed on the brakes?
- I think Ive been caught speeding or going through a red light by a safety camera - what happens next?
- What happens if a driver of a fleet vehicle is caught running a red light?