- Jan 2, 2014
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But, they can park anywhere. For example, on QE2 Drive in Nelson one parked almost completely hidden by roadside trees. Some publicly spirited citizen trimmed that tree, so the van operator just moved down the road a bit.OK, so here's a anti-camera van measure which a group of slightly anarchic but community minded folks could maybe contribute to lol... How about we establish a fund to buy a whole lot of cheap but legal (current wof, reg etc.) people movers/vans (need the height) with and maintain a net work of vehicles which park on known speed camera van locations such a way that they can't be used. The areas a public road verges so I can't see how this could be illegal if the vehicles are road worthy and regularly rotated....
I believe there's a Facebook page in Auckland about speed traps and EBA checkpoints. But you'd have to be constantly on FB to get a warning. Personally, I'll take a punt on the cams rather than f'wits FB'ing while driving.