SatCure wrote:A few kilometres after Kalyves, on the way to Haniá, there's a camera completely hidden behind bushes at the start of a layby on a steep uphill stretch. There's a 50 limit sign after it at the far end of the layby.
I'd be interested to know what limit applies at the camera position? The only one I can recall seeing is a 70 sign before the Kalyves junction.
jandis wrote:Just out of interest, has anybody received or heard of anybody receiving a speeding ticket based on one of the cameras? Or are "they" just getting the system up and running and waiting until the end of the main tourist season before starting to use it in earnest and issue tickets?
altohb wrote:This is the stretch of road between Istron & Pachia Ammos, one of the few straight stretches between Ag Nik & Sitia.
As outlined earlier in this thread, there are 2 warning signs - in this instance 0.5km apart, then 200m later, you get this:
The prevailing speed limit on that road is 80kph.
Here's hoping that everyone who uses this road has VERY good brakes!
Ros21 wrote:Most of the Car Hire firms now only deal with credit cards & not cash payments for their cars. If you get a parking ticket ( which you have ignored), speeding fine etc the Car Hire firm WILL charge it to your credit card.
has anybody received or heard of anybody receiving a speeding ticket based on one of the cameras?
as I get older, the slower I drive - is this why nobody has been caught?
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