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I'll just leave this here... NoPhoto

Edit: looks like they are still working on support for non-US format plates.
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In Qld they are actually using no flash cameras. I wonder if the old cover your plates with hair spray trick works.
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Re: unexpected cost of owning a GC

The Hairspray has not worked for a very long time, if at all.
All speed cameras use flashes, it is just that they are now IR and not visable to the human eye.
Reading that site, it looks like these work with both visable and IR flashes.
In Australia we would need front and rear, as speed cameras now work both ways.
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WA police sent me photos of my new ride within days of picking it up have since learned to use cruise control a lot more and be gentle with the pedal
Same here actually... my first in almost 10 years.

The low RPM at 60km/h can make for a somewhat unresponsive throttle to minor input changes. Obviously cruise is a solution, though I've found the transmission's sport setting is useful too.

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