Yep. It is going to happen. Going old school is a way around that, I suppose, but I bet that to get registration they will start requiring proof of a black box on your '56 Bel Air.There are people who buy vintage cars to avoid those black boxes. I do think requiring all cars to have the ability to shut them down is going to be required for all new cars soon, and many already have it whether you know it or not.
My problem is my overly large ego... what is your problem?I do that alot myself!
Not one accident in those videos would have been avoided by a redlight camera. Zero. Some even show vehicles plowing into the back of other vehicles, having nothing to do with traffic lights whatsoever.
But, of course, you added the word "egregious" and then tried to attach that word to me. In short, your message lacks any intellectual integrity. I gave my own specific example of knowing running a redlight and commonly doing so as most people around here do.
Of THE main intersection this city, it is impossible for a person who has just entered the intersection for a left turn (which is 90% of the traffic from that direction) to make it fully thru the light before it turns red unless they are driving like a GT1 race car.
Of itself, running a redlight or stop sign endangers no one, nor does speeding, nor does firing a gun, nor does anything else that isn't done in a manner to endanger someone, whether legal or not. What is legal or not does not in any manner define what does and does not endanger people.
But I know why you now are raging and flaming me. Because you don't want to answer the question of how can anyone avoid with certainty avoid being in an intersection when a light turns red given they can not control cars ahead of them and it illegal to just stop at a green light to wait for it to cycle so you are then the first car to go.
You don't have an answer, do you? Nor to any of the other false charges by robo-computer cameras that don't exist with live police officers.