- Can a camera flash you from the front?
- What are the GREY cameras on motorways?
- Can speed cameras catch you both ways?
- Do motorway speed cameras take pictures?
- Can I check if I have been caught by a speed camera?
- What are the GREY cameras on lampposts?
- Does a speed camera flash always mean a ticket?
- Can speed vans get you from the front?
- What does a red flash mean on a speed camera?
- What are the blue cameras on the side of the road?
- What are the GREY boxes on top of traffic lights?
Can a camera flash you from the front?
A front-facing camera that uses sensors in the road to determine the speed of a car.
These cameras don’t flash, so you might not notice if you’ve been caught.
Because they’re front-facing, the camera will capture the driver’s face..
What are the GREY cameras on motorways?
The small grey cameras are used to manage traffic flow, and help monitor accidents and incidents on major roads. They are simply used for observation and aren’t equipped with speed radars or number plate recognition systems. CCTV cameras are most commonly found on motorways and major A-roads.
Can speed cameras catch you both ways?
The truth is that a speed camera can monitor both directions of traffic. Many drivers have been fined for speeding while the camera is positioned on the other side of the road.
Do motorway speed cameras take pictures?
SPECS were the first cameras to enforce an average speed restriction on British roads back in 1999. They use video and Automatic Number Plate Reading (ANPR) to record drivers between a set of cameras on motorways and dual carriageways. Infra-red photography lets them work day and night to catch speeders.
Can I check if I have been caught by a speed camera?
There’s no way to check if you’ve been caught speeding, you will have to wait and see if you receive notice from the local police force in the post, which you should receive within 14 days.
What are the GREY cameras on lampposts?
Highways England uses 1,100 ANPR cameras across the UK’s motorway and trunk road network to monitor traffic flow and provide estimated journey times across the network. While they ‘read’ a vehicle’s number plate, the data is instantly converted into non-unique reference numbers, known as ‘hashing’.
Does a speed camera flash always mean a ticket?
“If you’ve been flashed, it doesn’t mean that you’ll get a ticket.” True. Seeing the dreaded flash doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be seeing a notice of intended prosecution on your door mat. It’s widely believed that only one in four speed camera ‘flashes’ actually results in a prosecution notice.
Can speed vans get you from the front?
Claims that speed vans can monitor speed from the front and the back of the van as well as vehicles on the far side of dual carriageways. Deliberately mis-worded. There is one detection camera. It can detect you as you travel toward it or away from it.
What does a red flash mean on a speed camera?
When the Truvelo speed camera is triggered a photo using an infra-red flash (so not to blind) is taken of the offending vehicle; the photo is taken when the offending is on the central white line and are the other two are +/- 10%.
What are the blue cameras on the side of the road?
Fear not, those blue devices mounted on roadside poles are not speed cameras. They’re part of a road-monitoring network that’s being operated by a company called Trafficmaster. In all, there are 7500 such sensors on our major roads and motorways.
What are the GREY boxes on top of traffic lights?
The boxes on top of traffic lights at road junctions that face the oncoming traffic are microwave vehicle detectors, variously called MVD’s and Doppler radars (NOT infra-red !!!).