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|Posted on March 16, 2013 at 3:28 PM||comments (91)|
I just recently read an article by Zach Bowman. Apparently a judge in a very small town in Ohio has ruled against an ordinance that allowed the community of Elmwood Place to install speed cameras. The town of just 2000 people has already seen the cameras generate some $1.5 million in fines since they were installed last July! The judge stated, "It is a scam the motorist cannot win."
Preach it, preacher man!
Elmwood Place started handing out $105 citations shortly after the cameras were installed. Local residents acted accordingly, with many simply avoiding the area all together.
So what are your thoughts? With all of our local cameras around....do you feel motivated to comply with the city's decision? Are the funds generated by these traffic cameras more important to our society during these hard times or do you feel it is more a public safety issue?
|Posted on August 31, 2012 at 12:02 AM||comments (276)|
Other then driving the vehicle on a regular basis to keep the battery fully charged, most batteries require minimal maintenance - provided the battery is holding a charge and functioning normally.
Most manufacturers now make maintenance free batteries with sealed tops. This makes it impossible to check the water level inside the battery unless the battery case is translucent and you can see the water level in the cells. Even then, there are no provisions for adding make-up water if the water level is low.
|Posted on August 30, 2012 at 11:53 PM||comments (0)|