Do Speed Cameras Always Flash?

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Speed cameras do not always flash. The gasto speed cameras used in most of the UK usually flash when taking pictures and as such, they are designed to take pictures of the vehicles; rears. However, others like the truvelo use infra red technology and they may take pictures of the front part of the vehicle.
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