Watch your speed...

#1
I have come across the following little known website; pass it onto your friends and colleagues it's worth knowing about. Following the Governments Freedom of Information Act, did you know that every time your car goes past a speed camera even 1mph over the set limit it is registered and put on a database?

You only get a ticket if you are way over the limit or, (this is the bit that we 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 30mph limit area whilst others doing 39mph do not.

You can check what has been registered against your vehicle at the following address. www.e-database.co.uk

You will be asked for a password but just click on the need a password link and you will be given one for future use. If there is any data on your vehicle you can click on the camera window to see a copy of the photograph.
 
#6
Howayman said:
I have come across the following little known website; pass it onto your friends and colleagues it's worth knowing about. Following the Governments Freedom of Information Act, did you know that every time your car goes past a speed camera even 1mph over the set limit it is registered and put on a database?

You only get a ticket if you are way over the limit or, (this is the bit that we 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 30mph limit area whilst others doing 39mph do not.

You can check what has been registered against your vehicle at the following address. www.e-database.co.uk

You will be asked for a password but just click on the need a password link and you will be given one for future use. If there is any data on your vehicle you can click on the camera window to see a copy of the photograph.
Was that site designed by a Darksider?
 
#11
Shamus said:
ah - the old ones are still the best ones :lol:
I know, I had to punch his girlfriend as well!

( cleared all your Fixed Penalty points yet Muckerjee?)
 
#12
ah, i love surprise mail. clocked by a mobile camera van doing 68mph on a dual carriageway, and therefore have to pay £60 and gain 3 lovely shiny points for my license.

yes, 68mph. i ask you. and i thought we won the war.

now wait for the witty wag who asks "why was a mobile camera van doing 68mph blah blah blah..."
 
#13
erm.. speed limit for a de-restricted dual carriageway in a car is 70mph. I know, speed limit and de-restricted, but you know what i mean. check your highway code.

Speed Limits
 
#14
It's when you get 3 points and a fine going to a SB meeting...now that's not fair (I was doing 34 in a 30 zone). Fecking shit me-sel and nearly ran the twat of a copper down when he jumped out into the road to stop me. To make matters worse, 5 days later I was clocked at 98 (slowing down) on the A50 outside Abergavennyllglangogogogochcoughshire (4 points and £250). So in one week I get 7 points and fined £290 drinking tokens...twats.
 
#15
AF1771 said:
erm.. speed limit for a de-restricted dual carriageway in a car is 70mph. I know, speed limit and de-restricted, but you know what i mean. check your highway code.

Speed Limits
thanks dad :)

unfortunately there were some pointless "there are no roadworks and absolutely no reason for them" 50mph signs.

therefore i am a naughty boy, busted completely, and cough to the crime completely.

they are still a bunch of cuntts though.
 
#16
CR.

Was there not a notice that the camera was operating in the area? If memory serves, the Police has to inform you that a camera is operating within the next mile. If not the award may not be legal.
 
#17
Howayman said:
CR.

Was there not a notice that the camera was operating in the area? If memory serves, the Police has to inform you that a camera is operating within the next mile. If not the award may not be legal.
no idea. i was going too fast to read signs :)
 
#18
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
Howayman said:
CR.

Was there not a notice that the camera was operating in the area? If memory serves, the Police has to inform you that a camera is operating within the next mile. If not the award may not be legal.
no idea. i was going too fast to read signs :)
Good job too! Otherwise he might have knicked you for driving without due care..reading while driving IS illegal. A bit like using your mobile fone without a hands free, eating a chocolate bar, drinking from a water bottle, but smoking is ok (even though it kills you and you can throw your ash and cig butt out of your window for someone else to pick up!!!!!!!)

..must stop before i start a rant
 
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