More than 1,200 drivers have been prosecuted using a new database where fellow motorists can upload incriminating footage captured on dashcams, This is Money and MailOnline can exclusively reveal.
You can submit your own dashcam evidence here:
Of course, like gay marriage and id-to-view-porn, it originated in the UK.
The new system is said to have saved police forces across Britain 68,474 hours of man hours processing evidence of dangerous driving in the last year, the equivalent of 2,685 days – or roughly seven officer-years.
But the AA has warned that encouraging ‘dashcam vigilantes’ should not be seen as a substitute for having traffic police on patrol and privacy campaigners said it ‘risks breeding a culture of mistrust and suspicion’ to have motorists ‘spying on each other’.
Like this one:
Instead of calming the roads with this innovative nanny system, my home state of TN, instead created this cop cream.
Comment below as to who we should write to get this in action in “the states”…. Heck, Youtube could spearhead it…