Speed Camera Anomaly To Be Fixed
October 17 2001 Media Statement
Speed Camera Anomaly
To Be Fixed
An anomaly in the law regarding speed
cameras in certain areas will be corrected, Transport
Minister Mark Gosche said today.
"The government is
committed to correcting the problem. There is no doubt that
a legislative fix is needed to correct this anomaly "
anomaly means that police can no longer rely on the courts
accepting certificates of accuracy in some instances where
speed lasers and static cameras operate in 50 km and certain
local speed limited areas.
"I am looking at the options
for how we can get legislation introduced as soon as
In the meantime, the Minister reminded
motorists that the police would be using mobile cameras in
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