Posts tagged with: Beltronics
When we think of safety equipment in a vehicle, we usually think of seat belts, airbags, or other traditional car safety gear. But what about protection from speeding into an accident or other dangerous situation? Having a radar/laser detector in...
Speeding fines are irritating and expensive. When you or someone in your fleet gets a speeding ticket, it’s a business expense that’s totally preventable. Not to mention the risk of you or your fleet driver losing their license. Since it’s...
Through the Freedom of Information Act, we were able to obtain full lists for each state of every speed measuring device (speed cameras, laser guns and radar guns) currently used in Australia. As we all know, technology changes and police departments...
Western Australian motorists need to be aware of a new type of speeding camera trap being introduced into the state. The cameras, also known as point-to-point speed cameras or average speed cameras, automatically records the time a particular vehicle has...
Drivers travelling through north-west Queensland will need to be extra vigilant now as police have fielded the Vitronic Poliscan laser speed camera. This new camera has the ability to check the speed of a number of cars and over several lanes at...
A speeding motorist, perhaps at the thought of receiving a fine, cut the casing from a 4 metre pole in Launceston Tasmania and stole the camera. Police say the thief or thieves would have used a portable angle grinder and...
Speak to many motorists in Australia and they’ll say speed cameras are placed in optimal spots to raise revenue for the government and not actually to reduce speeding behaviour. Motorists are often caught out by unfair tactics by police using...
To understand how radar detectors work, you first have to know what they’re detecting. The concept of measuring vehicle speed with radar is very simple. A basic speed gun is just a radio transmitter and receiver combined into one unit....
CALLA WAHLQUIST and AAP PerthNow July 03, 2014 Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey announces tougher traffic penalties — $400 fine for mobile use DRIVERS caught using a mobile phone can expect a $400 fine — up from $250 — under...
The West Australian – 5th June 2014 WA Police are using roadside speed cameras to catch drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel, in a West Australian first. In what police have branded “double-whammy fines” against chatterbox leadfoots, traffic intelligence...