Earlier today I was driving with my mom and I wasn’t paying much attention to cars parked on the side of the road. Well suddenly I saw a flash go off in front of me coming from a white van parked underneath an overpass. As I passed the van there was yet another flash (these both were what comes from a camera flash). It took only a second to realize that I had my picture taken because I was speeding, 40 in a 30. We have these vans that will park all over the city and catch speeders. You end up getting a ticket in the mail with a copy of the photos taken of your cars license plates and all relevant details.
Well from what I think I remember, these tickets that people get from being caught speeding result in only a fine and no points. This is in the city and county of Denver. I think this is due to there not being an officer to have actually stopped you, in other words a HUGE money making scam for the city.
Does anyone here know if this is true? I can afford the money but the points…well my job requires a excellent driving record which I have.
Thanks for any answers,