It's not just photo radar and red light cameras snapping your photo and invading your privacy anymore...
Big brother is everywhere. Today, both private corporations and government agencies are using automatic number plate recognition systems to identify and track your every move.
Here are some examples of these types of cameras:
Speed Enforcement and Red Light Cameras: These cameras have become the “cash cow” for many municipalities. As an example, the city of Denver issued 56,274 citations in 2013 with the help of these cameras, generating over 7-million dollars!
The most effective way to fight back against the fix photo radar and red light cameras is to purchase a GPS based radar detector that is programed with these camera locations.
However, many states and municipalities use mobile photo radar vans which routinely move from place to place. Thus, the fixed photo enforcement databases are useless if you encounter this type of enforcement.
Toll Booth Cameras: These cameras will snap a photo of you and your car if you fail to pay your toll, or if your toll transponder is not working correctly.
Parking Cameras: These cameras are installed in private and public parking lots.
Smog Dog Cameras: Vehicle exhaust measurement device and camera.
Stop Sign Cameras: Installed at stop signs.
HOV Cameras: Used to identify vehicles violating occupancy requirements.
Automatic Number Plate Recognition Cameras: Used at both fixed locations and even on moving enforcement vehicles. These automatically identify the registration information of your vehicle.