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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrajaws View Post
    They would have to find it first and then prove that it was actually being used. Not an easy task if it is well placed behind the grill and invisible.
    Where can i get me one of those????????

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    E Bay is a good start. Make sure it's a jammer and not a radar detector.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrajaws View Post
    They would have to find it first and then prove that it was actually being used. Not an easy task if it is well placed behind the grill and invisible.
    it not to hard for the police to work out its there here is a quote from a solicitor who has first hand knowledge of how easy it is to caught out



    "I represented a client who was travelling at a speed modestly in excess of the speed limit. He approached a Traffic Officer deploying a laser device to check his speed, and on each occasion he attempted to do so the device showed “error”.
    The Officer was sure something was stopping the device from registering the speed, although it did perform its normal function of recording the vehicle. The video enabled the speed of the vehicle to be checked, by working out how long it took to pass fixed points. It was easy to see the vehicle was speeding.
    In this instance the police obtained a search warrant and attended my client’s home to search his vehicle. That revealed a device fitted behind the front number plate and a police expert was able to deconstruct it and demonstrate its ability to diffuse the laser beam from the speed gun.
    My client was charged with perverting the course of justice and his case moved swiftly from the Magistrates to the Crown Court."

    the police know how there equipment works and what you can fit to your car to stop it you not just risking your licence you are risking a few weeks in gaol


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    A good point made here is that the majority of operatives sitting in "speed awareness camera vans" are civilians and not police officers so bouncing their signal back as unreadable is technically not an offence of perverting the course of justice.It is very interesting that Nottingham camera vans are liveried as POLICE vehicles but are not operated by Police.
    Perhaps our legal contributors would like to give a ruling on how legal this is if challenged.
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    I'd also like to know, after seeing it yesterday, how come speed camera vans can now operate on Motorways whilst parked at the side of the road. It's a Clearway isn't it?
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    Any speeding law enforcement that doesn't have the effect of reducing vehicle speeds is just a money collecting exercise.

    That is, the presence of a speed camera sometimes results in lower speeds on the road in question. If so it is good law enforcement and not just about the money. If the camera doesn't result in lower general speeds but gathers considerable money in fines it is the wrong solution and the council/road authority needs to replace the camera with something that reduces speeds.

    The current legislation allows local councils to set speed limits, except on motorways, a bad idea where major roads are concerned because they don't have to show justification and are not accountable except to their voters, many who use the road will not be local voters. As a result we see fast roads, designed to be fast roads, with low speed limits because the council wants to win votes. I can mention a number of examples where speed limits have been reduced to make junctions safer. A far better solution would be to redesign the junction to make it inherently safe but a speed camera is a revenue earner and a safe junction costs money.

    I am not suggesting that safety shouldn't be a consideration, I am suggesting that investment in good road design would be a far better use of the money and would cut pollution by allowing vehicles to move at efficient speeds. Remember a SLOW marking on the road identifies a location where a serious injury was incurred, in my opinion it should be a temporary expedient while the road is being redesigned to reduce the risks. If a redesign isn't possible or practical then we need a new road sign to warn road users of the dangers.

    I can see absolutely no reason why the addition of a window should allow a vehicle to be driven at a different speed from one without the window.

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    Bluechem I would contest it ,if lorry you were passing speeded up you must have increased your speed to complete your manoeuvre safely , some times you have to go faster to be safe , but only to avoid danger .

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