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Comment of the (Yester)Day

"Driving is the most complex and dangerous task the typical American regularly engages in during their lifetime. One of the most dangerous things about it is that drivers receive very little feedback. Think back to the last time you drove: how many crashes did you almost cause or experience but you didn't notice? By definition you can't answer that question, but it's very high over the course of a driving lifetime. Until we start making structural streetscape changes that induce drivers to want to travel at safe speeds, cameras like this will slightly but beneficially improve the feedback that some drivers receive on their driving." —Ben LeRoy [Big Brother, Big Bother]