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    As at late 2023 this feature is well overdue... There are more and more Mobile/Cel phone camera traps around her in Australia, in quite random locations and the ability differentiate camera type is badly needed. You need to know what type you're looking out for as the mobile phone cameras look radically different from speed traps and obviously have no effect on speed you're travelling, yet people are using the speed trap function to report them as there is no alternative currently.

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  2. 329 votes
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    ChairmanNow commented  · 

    As at late 2023 this feature is well overdue... There are more and more Mobile/Cel phone camera traps being used around here in Australia, in quite random locations and the ability differentiate camera type is badly needed. You need to know what type you're looking out for as the mobile phone cameras look radically different from tradition speed traps etc.

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    Brilliant call especially with the Mobile phone cameras given we are now about to see them also rolled out in a new portable format. Same goes for being able to specifically tag the portable speed camera locations carried out by contractors instead them by default being filed as police speed traps.
    As at late 2023, there are more and more mobile phone camera traps around in quite random locations and the ability differentiate camera types is long overdue. You need to know what type you're looking out for as the mobile phone cameras look radically different from tradition speed traps etc.

  3. 262 votes

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  4. 26 votes

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    ChairmanNow commented  · 

    With a weeks driving with Waze last month in regional Scotland (Aberdeen, north to as far as Inverness), with basically no reports, I observed that people actually know how to use this reporting function in a useful and non-spurious manner when required. On two occasions while driving from Scotland through to Northern England I was alerted to two very dangerous situations. One was some absolute idiot with a caravan parked with it partly intruding on the left lane of a dual carriageway. The other was a similarly inept individual pulling their car over and still having it hanging out into the left lane, seemingly to a rest break. Both of these incidents were extremely dangerous. I didn't come across any other reportings in the rest of my travel, across most of two days, between the North and London with much of the time on the M8 motorway etc.
    However, in my first half an hour of driving back in Australia I had already noted 3 spurious car on shoulder reports. Needless to say this is the same old daily irritation with a ratio of approx 2 out 10 useful amongst the needless car on shoulder reports..

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    ChairmanNow commented  · 

    I like this but the number of times I've found the online (google or fb) business hours to be wrong kind of defeats the purpose. I'm finding I've gone back to having to ring some places over trusting the listing (I'm sure covid hasn't helped at all either)

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