Drivers need to consider actions
I CANNOT understand why people who commit motoring offences and are caught by hidden cameras or unmarked vehicles cry foul.
Anyone who parks illegally is invariably inconveniencing other road users. Anyone speeding is endangering others.
I believe that any means to trap such anti-social behaviour is fully justified and acceptable.
People get very upset about hidden speed cameras when they get caught. Can they not accept they were being anti-social and should not have committed the offence in the first place, regardless of the presence or absence of cameras?
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Do any of these complainants have security cameras in their own homes?
If they do and were burgled or had their homes trashed by an intruder would they use the camera recordings to convict the perpetrator or regard the cameras as intrusive spying?
Anyone who is anti-social cannot complain when they are treated as such. I say this as someone who has been caught by a speed camera. My regret was my lapse of concentration which caused me to commit the offence.
NEVILLE STOCKLEY Trentham