right on, or use any smartphone with Waze.I bought a remanufactured Garmin 2300LM for $79 and much to my surprise, it tells me when I approach a speed or red light camera. It eased my mind about those darned cameras. I had it on my scooter but put it in my car when the 650 I bought already had a Garmin installed.
I see many newcomers just have their plates smudged with three layers of mud. No device on Earth would be able to guess the numberI see cars and trucks all the time with dark-tint "protective covers" on the plates.
I got my first speeding ticket a couple of months ago since the last one I got in 1968. Was driving my car and my mind wandered. 1/2 mile from where I grew up. However, in my defense, the speed limit was 55 back in the 60s and it is now 45 on a relatively straight road in the country.I have received two tickets in my lifetime. One for doing a rolling stop and one for speeding. Both deserved and both over 25 years ago. I found the way to avoid tickets, just follow the driving laws. <shrug> Less fun, but less expensive.
Doug in Kentucky
That's not my experience here in Oz, Muse.Speed is determined under legal definition as time over distance which a camera cannot measure. So a camera photo is not legal evidence. A maxim of law is that a person accused has the right to cross examine his accuser. So when you are in court and the judge says yes when you ask if your entitled to face your accuser and before the prosecutor can say a word just say that as the camera is your accuser is it in court for you to cross examine. case dismissed. Our police in Australia are now publicly stating the cameras are about revenue not safety. We even had our limits lowed by 10kph to increase cash flow. They are on their way out of use as people start to challenge them.