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Speed camera operator explains secrets of the trade – from 10% rule to penalties

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the Mirror.Yes, don’t do this as it is an offence and you can be prosecuted.Yes, officers are also there to make sure you’re wearing seatbelts and and not using your phone while driving.Anyone breaking the rules will be prosecuted.No, reports Gareth, but if you become distracted you might be prosecuted for careless driving.Gareth, said: "It is endorsable.

I had one lady in view once and she was looking in the mirror and putting lipstick on."She was riding on the cats eyes in the centre of the road and veering.

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