Speeding Cameras. What’s Next!

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Traffic Ticket Team Fight Back

Everyone knows that speed cameras work. They create the discipline of a lissom lady in leather and make sure everyone understands just what the rules are. In fact, some people are so in awe of speed cameras’ discipline that they develop speed camera phobia and try to steer clear of them whenever possible. This being a troubled world, there are those who believe that these marvels of technology are merely there to make money for local authorities. So what can these troubled people say to the fact that Arizona has removed their cameras because it couldn’t make them pay? Well, they could say that Arizonans simply weren’t too keen on paying their tickets. Now, though, speed camera technology is going a little further. My heart began to chug beyond all speed limits when I read  that there are new speed cameras, ones that don’t merely check your speed. This astounding conjunction of art, technology, and justice–known as Asset (Advanced Safety and Driver Support for Essential Road Transport)–is so packed with gizmos that it can discover you are breaking a multitude of laws all at the same time. Yes, Asset can check whether you’re insured, whether you’re wearing your seat belt, whether you’re too close to the car  in front. It can even check whether your hands are in the correct 3:40pm position currently recommended in many states. Oh, I’m not entirely sure about that last one. But I am sure your veins are already pulsating at the idea of a speed camera that could, potentially, issue three or four tickets to you at once. Asset is currently being tested in Finland. So one can only wonder whether these speed cameras will be able to detect alcohol levels emerging with drivers’ breath, as Finland has a long and interesting history with alcohol consumption.The Asset mechanism is really quite simple. It takes a multitude of pictures and wafts them back by satellite to a large central database. Think of it as a real-time Google search of your car. The Mail suggests that these fine machines–you know, machines that issue fines–will be in service across Europe by 2013. I know that many who live outside of Europe’s confines will already be booking their trips in anticipation of such a large and speedy step forward for civilization. But if you get a traffic ticket in Florida, call the Traffic Ticket Team to Fight Back for you. Our attorneys have handled over one million traffic tickets. So don’t hire a random ticket clinic lawyer, hire a Team. That is, call the Traffic Ticket Team, 954-967-9888

 

 

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DMV System Crashes, Long Lines to Get Your License

Traffic Ticket lawyer Intermittent outages of the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles mainframe servers have led to system crashes at driver’s license offices across the state, making already long waits even longer for frustrated customers. ”All I’m doing is sitting here waiting,” said Jeff Gilman, who arrived at the DMV office on Military Trail at about noon Friday and was still waiting to be served four hours later, along with about 60 other people.  The system has been unstable since Nov. 3 and it has been declared it a critical situation, said Courtney Heidelberg, DMV’s deputy communications director. The problem has not been fixed yet, she said. Customers at DMV offices were already facing long waits because of tougher ID requirements for obtaining licenses since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Although Gilman said officials offered to let people make appointments to come back another day because of the sporadic outages, he said he was concerned he’d just run into the same problems again. The lengthy wait times were exacerbated at the Deerfield office because its two bathrooms were out of order most of the afternoon.  ”The bathroom backed up and the sewage came up out of the floor,” said Uranius Cruz, of Deerfield Beach, who arrived at the office at 11:30 a.m. and wasn’t finished until 3:45 p.m. Scott Vincent, of Margate, came to the Deerfield DMV office Friday after stopping by the Margate officefirst. ”The line was even longer in Coral Springs,” said Vincent, who arrived at 2:30 p.m. and planned to stay as late as necessary. Officials said anyone in line as of 5 p.m. would be seen. The Traffic Ticket Team is aware of the problem and trying to help people in a similar situation. If you get a traffic ticket, call the www.trafficticketteam.com, Jason Diamond, Diamond, Kistner & Diamond, 954-967-9888. Let us Fight your Traffic Ticket. Do not pay that traffic ticket, fight back.