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Red light cameras??
Posted by: novakid ()
Date: September 02, 2015 07:52PM

HEY GUYS PLZ HELP ME

So I *might* have ran a red light at one of the red-light camera intersections in Arlington, and I was wondering how long it would usually take for me to get a letter in the mail if I did do so??

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Re: Red light cameras??
Posted by: morecamerasplease ()
Date: September 03, 2015 09:00AM

Idiots like this are the reason we need more red light cameras in Arlington.


novakid Wrote:
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> HEY GUYS PLZ HELP ME
>
> So I *might* have ran a red light at one of the
> red-light camera intersections in Arlington, and I
> was wondering how long it would usually take for
> me to get a letter in the mail if I did do so??

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Re: Red light cameras??
Posted by: BeenThereDoneThat ()
Date: November 19, 2015 12:36AM

Don't open any suspicious letters. If you think you may have opened a suspicious red-light camera letter, quickly shred it. It never happened. Done.

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Re: Red light cameras??
Posted by: sane ()
Date: January 07, 2016 04:49PM

novakid Wrote:
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> HEY GUYS PLZ HELP ME
>
> So I *might* have ran a red light at one of the
> red-light camera intersections in Arlington, and I
> was wondering how long it would usually take for
> me to get a letter in the mail if I did do so??

Normally within a week or so. Give it two weeks. If you haven't gotten one by then, you're probably OK.

But if you DO get one, pay the fine, learn from it, and don't repeat the offense. Those who are telling you to shred the letter are full of ****. Those are official letters from the county, sometimes sent by Certified Mail. If the USPS has a verified record of delivering it to your address, and you don't respond to it, you, as the owner of the vehicle, could find your driving privileges revoked in Arlington County. (the letters are sent to the car's registered owner, since they don't know who is actually driving at the time).

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