Sticking to the letter of the short-change law

Ray Symmans of Beach Haven writes of crossing the newly built Auckland Harbour Bridge: "I mostly rode a motor scooter in those days and I usually paid the toll with a pre-purchased paper ticket, which I fumbled to tear from the booklet in the pocket of my windproof jacket as I approached the toll booth. On one memorable occasion, as I accelerated away from the toll collector, a whistle blew and alarms sounded. I stopped 20m out and the collector ran out flourishing a small piece of blue paper exclaiming. "What is

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