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French Radars Are Getting Greedy

30
June
2006
  Posted at 01:54:58 PM
  File under  France
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

It wasn't enough for the French authorities to place all these new digital and fully automated radars on the highways (there are about 1000 with 500 more coming). Now, they're experimenting with triple sets placed on a bridge (on the A7 autoroute Marseilles-Paris). This means no matter which lane you're in, you're going to get caught.

Triple Radar

Oh yeah, the other bad news is that the radars are rear facing, so even motorcycles are going to flashed !

Damn... life is no fun this way !!!

Via: Moto Revue



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