Camera Fraud Article: Redflex Driver Crosses Gore, Runs Stop Sign
What, me signal?
A driver for beleaguered Redflex Group found himself at the other end of the camera this past Thursday when a motorist videotaped him committing multiple moving violations on the Loop 101 westbound near 35th Avenue.
The video, uploaded to YouTube, clearly shows the employee dart across a gore area to avoid missing the 35th Avenue exit. Failure to signal is then the name of the game (twice), an unsafe lane change, followed by a fun little round of stop sign roulette.
For your viewing convenience, we have deep linked to each incident in this handy virtual “ticket” we’ve written for the driver:
9/10/2009 – 9:30 AM – Loop 101 near 35th Ave
VIOLATION A: 28-644 A2, Crossing of Gore Area (Video | Statute)
VIOLATION B: 28-755, Failure to Signal Lane Change (Video | Statute)
VIOLATION C: 28-755, Failure to Signal Lane Change (Video | Statute)
VIOLATION D: 28-644 A1, Unsafe Lane Change (Video | Statute)
VIOLATION E: 28-644 A1 , Failure to Obey Stop Sign (Video | Statute)
If cited for each offense, the employee could have racked up over 11 points against his license (Gore area: 3; failure to signal: 2; failure to signal: 2; unsafe lane change: 2; ignore stop sign: 2.).
In Arizona, drivers can lose their license or be ordered to “traffic survival school” if 8 or more points are accrued.
CameraFRAUD is requesting a formal investigation into the matter.