This is a picture of a mobile speed camera van of the type that will be used by  GoSafe in Ireland from November 16th 2010

This is what a mobile speed camera van will look like

The vans will not all be white – some will be other colours.

Rear View of Speed Camera Van (What most motorists will see first)
Speed Camera Van Rear View

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13 thoughts on “Picture Of Speed Camera Van

  1. I’m in favor. Don’t want to get find? Don’t speed. You may be 2mins late for where you’re headed, but the roads will be a lot safer, ultimately leading to less deaths. Oh, and less speeding accidents = cheaper insurance premium. Use your heads.

  2. From: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-10723343

    “A year ago Swindon became the first council in the UK to scrap its fixed speed cameras – claiming they do not lower the number of accidents on the roads.

    Since then central funding has been slashed and several other councils are looking to follow its lead. So are fixed speed cameras about to be consigned to history? ”

    The UK has much more experience than us with speed cameras and they’re starting to realise the don’t work. When we’re facing into a depression, WTF are the government doing introducing speed cameras??? Raising cash, thats all. Why not spend the same amount of money on stuff that actually works like road upgrades??

  3. From: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-10723343 “A year ago Swindon became the first council in the UK to scrap its fixed speed cameras – claiming they do not lower the number of accidents on the roads. Since then central funding has been slashed and several other councils are looking to follow its lead. So are fixed speed cameras about to be consigned to history? ” The UK has much more experience than us with speed cameras and they’re starting to realise the don’t work. When we’re facing into a depression, WTF are the government doing introducing speed cameras??? Raising cash, thats all. Why not spend the same amount of money on stuff that actually works like road upgrades??

  4. if we don’t speed, the cameras make no money and become a waste of money so get scraped. only people who speed, complain that speed cameras are money making schemes. it will only make money on motorists who speed on our roads. do you want to tell the parents of a child knocked down what has happened because of a speeding motorist?…..didn’t think so.

  5. The picture of the speed van is not the same as whats on the streets. Most of the vans on the side of the roads have no markings what so ever on them. I thought we were suspose to get pre warning of these speed vans so people will slow down. Another way to earn revenue.

  6. saw a blue van, thrown in a ditch today,
    was on n25 heading from carrigtwohill to midleton, was over taking so was doing roughly 120km on a 100km road, thought there was ment to be a sign warning of a speed trap van ahead of where the van was ment to be situated not just BAM heres the van, any way, waiting to see if i get a speeding ticket/points on my licence, i dont feel i was driving irratic or unsafe but still, the law is the law i guess

  7. I would be completely in favour of these vans if they were parked in the “accident black spot” areas in which we were informed they would be however, I have noticed them in many places where they are completely unecessary and not remotely dangerous at all!! In areas where there is a wide stretch of road and minimal entrances marked at 50kph these vans are NOT necessary! And yet they are there. I have yet to see one on the motorway where I have seen people fly past me at a ridiculous speed with no regard for anyone. Do you really think doing 60kph in a 50kph zone that is remote and wide is threatening the lives of others? REALLY??

  8. my wife was done exiting wicklow town doing 60k/m in a 50k/m zone with no sinage to say speed cameras in operation & un-marked van,she was 6 miles over the limit in an area that is not a black spot more like a revenue grabbing spot

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