Hi;Hope you can help, bit of a daft question..but worrying me...I was driving along , and passed a speed camera, I was under the 30 mph limit, as I know this camera. As I passed it, a car on the opposite side of the road , going the other way, was driving along very fast, the camera "flashed", just as I was passing it!...I was not speeding and wonder if the camera "knows" that the reason for its flash was the car on the opposite side, it would be unfair if the picture picked me up for speeding...do the cameras have logic, and will I be sent a NIP? Many thanks indeed, Best wishes, Mike.
Province/Country relating to question : london nw9
Do you have any points for speeding?
I have 3 points since 27th Nov 2007.
Is this relevant then?
Hi, as above. apols if 2nd time you have received.
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