I visited between Xmas and new year and noticed a few speed cameras sprayed with luminous yellow paint squiggles
sometimes speed cameras have a vital function.
How are speed cameras a safety measure and not just a cash machine?
Also reported that the speed cameras that are still working are raking in the loot because stupid people figure 60% out of action means ALL out of action
International Grey Nomad - currently Germany, Italy, England and Ireland
Cameras that are fixed are generally in places where folk go to fast and there has been some serious crashes. You get to know where these are and slow down, they have then done the job as safety camera..
But the VANS they use just turn up anywhere they can make a few quid!! A64 going towards York from Tadcaster 2 vans within 5 miles of each other on the same side as each other, now if that isn't £ collecting I don't know what is...
They should be near populated areas and villages not out on the nice open areas. or get rid of them, save the wages of those inside and the cost of the vans which is £1000's each and pop a static camera up outside all schools and in every village etc. Then I think they would be accepted as safety cameras...
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