Over at UK, a passenger of the car “moons” speeding camera. Although this incident didn’t occur in any driving suspension as the car driver did not break any laws, it’s a good sign that people in general don’t like speeding cameras.
I propose to remove them for good as they really serve no purpose but make more money for the government.
I’ve actually gone through so many times when I tried to do emergency brakes while trying to avoid being catched on speeding camera. (when I could have leisurely gone through a yellow light)
In all, it is far more dangerous for drivers as they now have to keep track of the signal AND the speeding camera.
Sadly, in San Francisco, there are cameras everywhere but the good news is that, some of them are “fake” or “broken” ones. Do you see any “fake” cameras in your city?
The “mooning” man was snapped by the mobile camera as the black BMW X5 drove past on the A1171 Dudley Lane in Cramlington last month.
His behaviour has been labelled as “dangerous and offensive” by road safety campaigners.
Police may take action against the man for public order offences and not wearing a seat belt.
Officers have the registration of the car, which was not breaking the speed limit, and intend to contact its owner.
It is understood the driver will not face prosecution as no driving offence was being committed.