No more warning in the red light camera of Vine and Michigan in Kissimmee Florida, start yesterday $158 dollars for traffic violation...The warning was in the last 3 month, now no more.
What does this mean?
I don't see in the RLC file the Vine and Michigan in Kissimmee that gpsmoron is mentioning.
.... what that would mean is when a new camera goes up anyone caught by it gets a warning the first 90 days after they turn it on, after that fines are issued.
I imagine it's something similar.
I understand what a warning/grace period is, but I don't understand what is being said in the OP.
Ok..so what? Your saying they are going to stop you and check to see if your Garmin has red light camera files?
Nah... you can't be saying that.
... what I think the OP was saying, giving a heads up that the RLC is going live, no more warnings.
Lets get the info submitted so that the database can be updated.
You are correct, warning in the first 90 day now are 158 dollars
Yes is a RLC in E Vine St (532 RD)and Michigan in Kissimmee.
yes the RLC is in Angela data base, E Vine St and US 192 is the same Rd..so the camera is located in Michigan and E Vine rd (US 192)
Not all of our subscribers download our weekly updates. Some only do it when they hear of new cameras in their area or a couple of times a year.
I believe gpsmoron was just trying to be helpful to the users either currently in his area or who might be traveling near there by posting that the warning period is over in regards to this location.
That's the way I saw it too.
Thanks for clearing that up, I looked at the map and saw no indication that Vine Rd was US 192 and is why I alerted Angela.
...that is what is being said.
US-192 & Michigan Ave
There are multiple street names for this location so we called the City offices to verify.
These are the street names they gave us.
We occasionally struggle with how to add locations with multiple street names.
If the location is sent in by a local user we generally go with the names they gave, the thought being that this is what people in that area use. If we're still not sure, we usually call the agency responsible for the enforcement of the files, like the city, township or county and get their official description. There are a few locations that we are having to file a Freedom of Information Act request for. But most states have legislation requiring public notification before the cameras go live.
Hope this clarifies a bit.
...We occasionally struggle with how to add locations with multiple street names.
...we usually call the agency responsible for the enforcement of the files, like the city, township or county and get their official description. There are a few locations that we are having to file a Freedom of Information Act request for. But most states have legislation requiring public notification before the cameras go live.
Angela, thanks for this update. I never appreciated how seriously you take your responsibilities for the red light cameras file (and other files, too, I'm sure). I'm truly impressed. Thanks for the effort you and others put in here at the Factory.
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$158 seems very high.
Hopefully the People's Republic of Maryland doesn't hear about this, or they'll jack up the fines which are now $40 for red light cameras.
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