I'd like to thank whoever it was with the red E series who has taken upon themselves the task of placing a bloody big "Speed Camera Ahead" sign behind the blood sucking scum speed camera operator on Morris Road in Hoppers Crossing.
You are a legend (and probably saved me a few $$$ too!)
the car was about 50 meters before the camera with a chalk board leaned up on the boot. Easy to spot and easily enough time to slow down. I went by 10kph under the limit, waived to the guy in the E series and gave the bird to the operator of the revenue machine!
cars are a lethal weapon,your not invinsible when you get into one,and no matter how much skill you think you have,you are never in control you are always on the edge of death it may not happen today but if you keep driving like you do,you too will end up dead!
thats really good of them, i find these days, no-one bothers to even flash their lights anymore, I think its something we still ought to do for each other
I never used to but in these days of the zero tolerance regime I make a point of doing it.
A couple of months ago in Vermont a revenue camera in a Hyundai soft-roader was set up on Boronia Rd on the downhill section (of course) to catch people heading East. Someone set up a home made sign and leaned it against the back of the camera car. It read:
"Revenue Camera Here"
Classic. A slab awaits the person responsible!!
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I always flash my headlights to warn on-coming cars about speed cameras ahead,i deliberately flash my lights in front of the operater so he knows that im doing it ,just to give them the shits ,i hope so.
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