NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Not long after the street speed limit monitor went into place in his Scottsdale, Ariz, neighborhood in 2020, it became clear to Dylan Cole what he had to do: Race against it.

Dylan Cole

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“It took me a long time to figure out how to get that thing to work,” he said. “I’m next to a school out there. I saw it and I’ve always wanted to run on one of those, I thought I could hit 22 miles an hour.

"But it was about 26 reps before I even got the thing to work. It took a while before it was able to pick me up. I’m not a car. You have to start a little slower so It can sort of gauge you.”

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