Two posts in a week....normally my annual quota but here's the latest conundrum. One of the new lads came in this morning (only been here a few weeks) and told me he reckons he'd been snapped by one of those mobile speed cameras in a van, in a works car (white fleet). Now, normally this would be for one of the stripeys but as everyone's out on various bits and pieces till next week he asked me what to do. I'll be honest, straight away said that he should own up to the boss before he hears it from someone else (QM is a scary piece of work). Only thing is the lad isn't keen, first impressions and all that, and he's not sure the camera got him. Apparently the cameras in vans have no flashes on their cameras? (don't know anything about them myself) Although I'm tempted to disagree with him and think he should own up, I can see his point that he might be getting himself a bollocking when the camera may never have got him. Has anyone had, or know anyone that's had a similar experience? What's he looking at? Obviously has to pay the fine and take the points if he's guilty but what in terms of AGAI action or worse? I still think he should blab and take it on the chin but it's only fair to let him decide.