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yZoH

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Lets say it's dark... And theres a Speedcamera on the side of a road (You know how police leave vehicles with cameras on the front on fwy sides overnight)

Do you think if you are doing 200km/h + Past it. That it would blur your Numberplate thus you being immune to a fine???

Something I been thinking. Not like I'm stupid enough to do that.

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Could be a possibility.. but there'd be other ways to fkkk you up.. Dont know how, but at times the Police arne't stupid!
 

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In the name of science I say try it with your neighbours plates ! :D j/k
 

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With older style shutter camera's speed above 170km/h i think make it invisible.. But apparently on newer camera's they'll always getcha..

And I thought if police wanted to give a ticket they had to pull you over and give it to you. As in, police don't operate like mobile speed camera's here in Vic..
 

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With older style shutter camera's speed above 170km/h i think make it invisible.. But apparently on newer camera's they'll always getcha..

And I thought if police wanted to give a ticket they had to pull you over and give it to you. As in, police don't operate like mobile speed camera's here in Vic..

Nah, I got stung like 2/3 k's over Taylors lane in Rowville last year. Mobile camera.
 

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Those aren't cops though. They're operated by Tenix, a private company..

Tenix Camera Cars.. Cops have a very different modus operandi..
 

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top gear, 400something plus i think. at "normal speeding" the cameras picked up even super cars easy.
 

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On new cameras you'd still get motion blur if the car was panning across the camera view, but driving away from the camera (as you usually would be), I doubt you'd get much motion blur at all. :p
 

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New cameras will get you at 600km/h after that they can't, older flash cames, push over 418km/h and you will get away with it, otherwise forget it :)
 

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best bet would be to get out an cover the window up if there isnt anyone in it :)
 
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