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Comment: Re:without any humans ever having been involved (Score 1) 898

by Ang31us (#26204249) Attached to: Using Speed Cameras To Send Tickets To Your Enemies
In the US (New York City, at least), when a traffic camera snaps a shot of your license plate, the owner of the car is fined, regardless of who was driving it. They don't treat it as a "moving violation," because they don't know who was driving the car, so the owner's insurance does not go up. The only exception that I know of is when the car's owner reports their car as being stolen and then is not held liable for running the red light.

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