Well this article should not be a surprise, but will be of interest to those here on the forum.
If you owe the state or a county any money, you can't renew your registration until you pay.
This doesn't convince me.
Has the red light camera database been updated to reflect the cameras in Alexandria, VA, which just went live today? Those in Fairfax, VA have been on a while.
Channel 2 news had a piece last night on these cameras being installed in several parks (of all places). More than 34,000 $175 tickets have been issued in the last 18 months.
As near as I can determine these are not included in the POI files.
Changes to the law, effective today, are the accused must be notified that you do not have to answer the summons unless served by a process server. The other change is that the owner of the vehicle is no longer is compelled to ID another driver in your vehicle that caused the violation.
Lastly, the new law adds another $13 fee on top of the other fines for all traffic tickets...
Pima County is hooking up 2 new speed cams in the next week, so I went and got the one by me. Well the Speed cam ontractor was still pulling wires on one of the cams, so when I went to the Island and centered my GPS between the two cams to get the Coords he started taking my picture.
"Cameras now are operating in all four directions at Woolbright Road and Congress Avenue."
Could someone tell me how the camera alerts appear on my unit? (I have a 765T and want to purchase a 1695) My Garmin trial only sounds a chime and places a tiny message on the screen.What does this app announce verbally(if at all), what message appears on the screen, and does it give a precise location? (ie 5th and vine streets)
From the Washington Times:
"Maryland State Police said Thursday that a man who attacked a speed camera vehicle may have parked in a lot that serves several nearby businesses and walked through the woods to where the vehicle was stationed on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
A person in Murrieta, CA, is trying to get a petition to eliminate red light cameras in that town: http://banthecamsmurrieta.com/
The city of Houston turned its red-light cameras back on today, Mayor Annise Parker announced after this morning’s City Council meeting.
I recently discovered that while the state of Maryland does have quite an investment in immovable red light and speed cameras, certain cities and townships have been incorporating mobile/portable speeding cameras as well. Some days they remove them, but some days they put them up. From my observations, the locations are pretty consistent.
Looks like Murrieta is taking the bull by the horns....
In california you can put anything on the ballot for a public vote if you get enough signatures.....
Loaded a recent version (~3 weeks ago) of the redlight file and noticed quite a few of the previously listed cameras in my area disappeared.
These used to be in the file I d/l'd abot a year ago.
There are cameras in NW Houston, Jersey Village area that are still there and no longer in the file, e.g. corner of Jones Rd and Hwy 290.
Did I do soemthing wrong with the file?
It's the "Gotcha!" flash that no driver wants to see after
running a red light. And it's quickly becoming the
target of critics who say the cameras may cause
drivers to take desperate measures to avoid being
caught on film.
Red-light cameras, designed to catch drivers who run
lights and endanger others, are now the subject of
significant debate because some believe they may
terms | privacy | contactCopyright © 2006 - 2013