Every motorist in Texas is now exempt from photo tickets from speed cameras, red light cameras and toll road enforcement cameras, starting January 1st, 2012.
Texas legislature left a key provision out of the latest version of their Transportation Omnibus Bill that penalizes drivers for not visibly displaying a license plate on their vehicle, reports TheNewspaper.com. [BILL]
Once this bill becomes law, it cannot be changed for two years because Texas Legislature only convenes every other year.
WarOnDriving.com writers, editors and affiliates do not condone dangerous driving or breaking traffic laws, however it is well within your right in the state of Texas to dismount your license plates from the outside of your vehicle and keep it somewhere inside, such as the cargo area.
This of course applies starting in 2012.
If you fancy your privacy, freedom from surveillance and exemption from proven fraudulent photo enforcement systems, which have been the subject of major class action and RICO lawsuits, 2012 is your chance to take some freedom back.
Go ahead Texas, take off that plate!