Camera Fraud Article: Prescott Valley disregards Signage Laws
Showing us again that obeying the law is just for the “little people,” Prescott Valley decided to set up their TaliVan this morning like this…
You can see the original photo here. This is on the EastBound SR69 (location corrected from a previous post) as you leave the speed-trap community of Prescott Valley, AZ. One only has to look at ARS 28-654, the law that dictates placement of the signage warning motorists of the presence of these Scameras, to see what’s wrong with this picture. While I admit that I didn’t just walk up there with a measuring tape to see how close these signs were to the TaliVan, I think I can say with confidence that the first sign is less than 300 feet (the length of a football field), in violation of ARS 28-654.
As photo-radar schemes come under increasing scrutiny, as lawmakers continue to submit legislation to ban photo enforcement, as photo enforcement continues to get sent packing around the country, municipalities like Prescott Valley are scrambling to squeeze every dollar out of these machines while they still can.