Redflex Targets Shorter Yellows


The safety “experts” at Redflex are at it again. This time the cities of El Paso, Houston, Corpus Christi among others have done the proverbial bend over and take it from this dangerous foreign corporation. They have allowed the red light automated ticketing machines to be placed in intersections with shorter yellows than others nearby. As if it wasn’t bad enough to have yellow lights that are one second shorter, why not add to the danger with the distraction of a scam cam?

This type of logic will ensure these cities can expect more rear end collisions and more property damage. We can only hope that somebody puts a stop to this practice before more lives are lost in exchange for revenue. TheNewspaper.com features a story about the  intersections which could probably all be made safer with consistent timing, rather than Redflex’s hidden taxation scam under the guise of safety

7 Responses to Redflex Targets Shorter Yellows

  1. Brent says:

    “Redflex, Australian for fraud..”

  2. Alucard says:

    Texas: It’s like a whole other country!

    All my ex’s live in Texas….

  3. Dan G says:

    Man! They’re like roaches. Kill them off (vote’em out) in one place and they pop up in another! Anybody got an industrial strength can of RAID?

  4. Dr Jett says:

    I think that we should import Kangaroos from Australia to deal with their corporations and the people that work for them. Kangaroos are known to have the ability to deliver a serious kick. That kick could send their leaders back to the land down under in style. Then turn the corporate leaders loose in the outback. Let the kangaroos finish giving them their just rewards while flashing lights at them for each kick received on their thieving asses.

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