"I use the Waze app since other users can report traffic slow downs, accidents etc and then I can make a decision to change my route.
Most of the time the reports of cops on the app are not correct in my experience.
Seeing how the ticket for speeding up to 10 mph over is $330 and $480 for 11 mph over, I can see how anything that will warn drivers of a speedtrap would cause the cops sphincter's to tighten. Too bad for them.
I remember the time they tried to prosecute a person for flashing headlights as a warning sign of an upcoming speedtrap and lost on freedom of speech. To me, this is an extension of that."
#6 | POSTED BY 726 AT 2015-01-27 11:46 AM | FLAG: | NEWSWORTHY 1
Exactly. This kind of thinking would have had CB radios outlawed back in the day. Heck, you can use a cell phone to call or text police locations, checkpoints, traffic accidents. Should we also outlaw them?