Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Geldrop (Netherlands)
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As I said in another thread, I believe Holland (The Netherlands) has the most speed cameras per square mile. The initial thought behind them is speed regulation to improve safety. Nowadays, they're more and more used as mobile cash cows...
In Holland, when you're caught, you're caught. You can protest against the ticket, but you'll have to pay first. Not many people get out of paying. Tickets aren'y issued on persons, but on cars. You as an owner are responsible for paying.
Do I agree with speed camera's? Yes, under certain circumstances. When they're placed at known black spots in order to lower average speeds, they're fine. I don't see them as 'big brother is watching'. Go past them at normal speeds, then blast off in to the distance. Undercover police cars... they're a nice bunch ;)