I’m not sure how accurate these schedules are but everyone’s been sharing them over the past few days. They indicate where the ISF will be setting radar speeds gun and at what time. As you can see, chances are you will get fined if you’re speeding at night (between 9pm and 2am) which makes sense.
Needless to say, these radars should not be secret and the aim is not to surprise drivers speeding and fine them but to help raise awareness and encourage Lebanese to drive slowly. I think the ISF should make these schedules public and keep the speed radars working all day.
So one would get a few fines speeding from Qarantina to Dbayeh, but speeding anywhere else in the country is fine?
The seal on the first paper shows it’s issued by the Jdeideh traffic police, other regional offices might be taking similar steps in their areas
lol Najib. You are one funny dude. You don’t want to be surprised by being caught breaking the law? The purpose of the law is making you feel the pinch in your purse as well as realizing the dangers of speeding; especially on the magnificent roads of Lebanon…and law abiding citizens of the country.
If you wanted the radar locations announced; what’s the purpose of having them?..Or rather they should have imaginary declarations of virtual radar locations to raise awareness!
You got it all wrong my friend, and Najib is right. On the highways in Italy, you have signs that say traffic speed cam ahead, or electronic speed limit control. The purpose isn’t to fine the driver, it’s to make the roads a safer place.
Sorry dude. I beg to differ. There’s a Big difference between traffic cams that penalize the car’s owner and the speed trap that penalizes the driver. The first one is just a cash cow! If you are loaded you would not give a shit about paying the fees and moving on. In the speed trap situation; you get demerit points against your record and have your license suspended after a point.
And voila! I