Speed Camera Data Check

#1
Subject: Fw: National Speed Camera Database - Serial Offenders



Did you know that every time your car goes past a speed camera, even 1 mph
over the set limit it is registered and put on a database?
You get a ticket only if you are way over the limit or, (this is the bit
that I didn't know)
if you receive over 20 near misses, you will be classed as a serial offender
and get a ticket the next time you go just over the limit.
This is why you hear of people being done for 34mph in a 30 limit area
whilst others doing 39 do not.
Following the Governments freedom of information act you can now get access
to speed camera offences registered in the last 12 months.

You can check what has been registered against your vehicle at the following
address;

http://www.e-database.co.uk

Username = cinna

Password = freds

If there is any data on your vehicle you can click on the camera window to
see a copy of the photograph.
 
#5
RHODESIAN said:
From next year they can start hiding them again as well,the poor bl00dy driver gets hammered again
Only the ones too stupid to read the signs...

http://www.iam.org.uk

msr
 
#9
msr,I am not a great believer in speed cameras,I don't think they are designed to make the roads safer and do not encourage safe driving,just my opinion
 
#12
RHODESIAN said:
msr,I am not a great believer in speed cameras,I don't think they are designed to make the roads safer and do not encourage safe driving,just my opinion
I think you are probably right, that's why I posted the IAM link ;)

msr
 
#14
Perish the thought ;)

Get yourself down to your local group though. The test cost £65 (some groups offer it for less) and the guidance was free.

msr
 
#15
I got the blue 1 msr passed it a while ago,I drove for a firm that put their drivers up for it and yes it was a very good test and taught me a lot,but I found that it didn't really make much difference to my insurance premiums thanks friend and safe driving
 

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